Natural elements create a relaxing botanical spa atmosphere
KIVA in Dallas. Countertop from Ann Sacks called Idyllwild. All of this declared "Victory!" in our quest for a master bath worthy of spa jealousy.
I think my absolute favorite part is the plank flooring from Ann Sacks. Each piece is so unique. Another fave is the "Suede" tile glistening in the light. Combined with the ovesized flooring planks, the bath seems to be so much more spacious. We combined both existing taupe towels with some crisp new white ones to add that punch of pizazz.
Ann Sacks, it was a bit outside our budget and we much preferred the gorgeous tile so Restoration Hardware provided a gorgeous substitute. Matching the stain on the mirror to the cabinetry in the bath was just what we needed to put this project into overdrive.
ZGallerie and Crate & Barrel.
Dual shower heads and xl- cubbies were carefully thought out in the awesome shower!
Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel. You can imagine how fun it was to receive texts with their excitement later that night....
My top three lessons learned on the job:
* Contractor Communication - I was under the impression the contractor was doing all the CAD drawings and measurements. He wasn't and it caused a few issues. I would have probably gotten a different contractor or did some more detailed drawings myself. Never assume anything.
* Limits - I had to increase my credit limit on my company credit card from all the purchases I did on one day. Little did I know how quickly things add up when you are ordering as fast a possible. :)
Many, many thanks to my wonderful clients! It was a spectacular experience and one that I look forward to repeating many times over with other individuals. Remember, bathrooms are more complicated than we give them credit for being -- plumbing, lights, water and cabinetry all factor into this circus. BUT... the payoff on the other side is great! And so worth it all.