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Project Spotlight - May 2020

Updated: May 25, 2021

The owners of this charming home, located in Culbreath Bayou, wanted to breathe new life into both of their guest bathrooms. The home was built in 1959 and the guest bathrooms were original to the home. Our client's primary request was to create a clean, calming space with an organic feel.

The bathrooms in this home are relatively small, so we had to get creative with storage options and layout during the design phase. We also embraced the crisp simplicity of white paint to make the spaces appear larger. The client wanted the design of both spaces to fit their mid-century modern style.

For the first bathroom remodel, we selected classic white cabinets with clear acrylic hardware to add a unique touch. The shower tile is a delightful twist on classic subway tile featuring a wavy texture on the surface and a larger format. A smooth white shiplap was used as a backsplash and applied horizontally to make the small space appear more expansive. Blue starburst floor tiles provide color and interest in this bathroom.

The second bathroom remodel features an organic modern design. Natural wood cabinets with a complementing natural wood mirror provide a handmade feel. Traditional style fixtures in a chrome finish add a bit of glam to the design. Beautiful charcoal grey hexagon floor tiles balance nicely with the wood tones and white finishes. The simple color palette is classic and timeless.

Bathroom renovations make a big impact in the feel of your home. The Ramos team loves helping clients achieve the look of a perfectly balanced bathroom and bringing their dreams to reality. If you’re considering a bathroom renovation, contact us today for a free consultation.



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