As a part of this multi-faceted project, we completely overhauled an outdated bathroom, closets and master bedroom. That meant saying GOODBYE to the sunken tub and carpeted platform, GOODBYE to the worn out cabinetry with laminate counter-tops, the floral wallpaper, 4 x 4 tiles in the dark shower stall with its dated framed aluminum enclosure. GOODBYE 60’s – HELLO Gorgeous New Bath.
A new triple window above the tub provided a clear view of the Chattahoochee River and natural woodlands. Remote controlled blinds add privacy when desired. White Thassos floor tiles are gently warmed by an in-floor heating system and a towel warmer is conveniently located within reach of the shower. Stunningly beautiful calcatta gold marble graces the vanities, dresser tops, tub deck and helps bring continuity through use of material in the space. His/Hers closets create a central corridor between the shower area and vanities. The triple bypass glass closet doors are back-painted a color that is echoed throughout the renovated space.
A second major focus of this project was the renovation of outdated kitchen. A bearing wall was removed allowing us to float a stained walnut island between the Family Room and the kitchen. The cabinetry design, pulls and sparkling glass aqua backsplash all work together to make this a success.
One truly transformative element in this project was replacing a heavy wood railing system with a glass railing system along the upper-level catwalk/balcony. The new glass railing opened up the view of the upper-level for a spectacular unimpeded view of the clients’ art collection.