Project Description

These Dripping Springs homeowners had a builder’s basic bathroom on their hands. They were anxious to update their space and bring in more modern materials, and wanted to keep the original footprint.

Before

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After

Sleek cherry cabinetry gives this newly remodeled bathroom a rich, warm feeling. A beautifully framed mirror, modern lighting, and quartz countertops freshen the vanity area, while the steely blue paint on the walls feels cool and crisp.

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Eliminating an unused tub gives the homeowners the opportunity for a really great shower, using a variety of tiles with the look of natural slate. The partial wall provides a hidden nook inside the shower for storing toiletries—an amazing idea of one of the homeowners, which I rip off every chance I get!

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An embossed leaf motif on this light fixture’s glass shades brings a bit of femininity into the space without overdoing it.

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The double sink vanity features faucets that echo the lines of the light fixture above.

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Twig-like hardware add another natural element to this rustic modern bathroom.

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View the other rooms we designed in this home: Master Bedroom | Guest Bedroom

Photographs by Claire Barrett Patrick.