Monday, August 12, 2019

Wine Lovers Guest Bathroom - Deuces Three Headed Vanity



We had the honor of renovating this entire home appropriately dubbed #nwdprojectwinelovers for two amazing and very wine-loving clients (more about that wine in another post).. 
This included three bathrooms that have both undergone quite the transformation. What was wrong? Well, a lot!
Let's start off this reveal with this guest bathroom which had three vanities - side by side! The previous owners had triplets so hmmmmm, that was quite the interesting solution to accommodate all three kids. 
Anyway, a lot has changed, including the fact that we had to redo the entire plumbing to this home which was an unexpected, expensive and painful development but one our clients weathered like true champs - you can see videos of this rotted plumbing in our #nwdprojectwinelovers highlights on Instagram. Okay, enough chatter, here we go: 

That infamous three headed vanity had us all scratching our heads. 


Our floor plan showing the true details of those vanities. We decided to go with one vanity in 42' which has plenty of storage for future kids - triplets or not! This bathroom also had sustained water damage over the years so just really needed to have a new lease on life.



Haha. Super proud to find a before pic with the toilet seat down! 
This was our approved design plan but it's important for you to understand that our designs often evolve and so I ask clients to not stay lock in to what we first proposed because my mind is often in creative mode and will mix things up a bit. So while we pitched a traditional subway tile installation with white floors, clearly we jazzed things up a bit and took some risks. 


The paint color was inspired by the color our very own Gloribell used on her living room wall, Blue Metal by Behr.



This tile installation is pretty difficult to do and our installers likely cursed us in English and Spanish for days but whatev! No pain, no gain and we couldn't be happier with how stunning this tub surround now is. 





I'm a huge fan of these scalloped tiles and have used them before but never in black. This bathroom floor needed some drama and we're happy our clients agreed.  




And that's it folks. Quite the transformation for this bathroom and we are so happy our clients are no longer afraid to open the door and invite guests to use it. What's your favorite part of this project? Have you survived a major bathroom renovation or plumbing nightmare? Feel free to share all the deets below. 

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