Today we are excited to share another space from our Double Eagle Project. If you missed our other reveals from this project, make sure to catch up on the kitchen, living room, and bunk room. This crisp master bathroom combines a cool foundation of gray and white textures paired with warm woods, metals, and textiles. Take a look!
Builder: Cole West Homes
Photography: Mykals Architectural Photography
This pretty space layers warm and cool tones and plays with texture. We started with a crisp foundation using three different tiles in shades of gray and white. The walls are Daltile 4″x4″ Matte Arctic White, a great affordable tile option. The floor is Daltile 2″x4″ Keystone in Desert Gray, placed in a parquet pattern. The third tile on the shower walls, Esmer Tile Vertigo in White Chevron, blends the the floor and wall colors.
The floating vanity is custom, stained to match the house flooring. We love floating vanities because they open up the space and help create an airy vibe. Here we added drawers that would ensure we didn’t sacrifice storage space. The quartz vanity countertop is MSI Stone Calacatta Laza.
Layered on top of this neutral foundation, we added pops of warmth. We placed a beautiful vintage Moroccan rug in front of the sink to add color and a soft step. Brass finishes and fixtures add shine. We chose the double oval mirrors from Rejuvenation, torch sconces, and these modern Delta faucets.
We love the way this space came together. For more space reveals from our Double Eagle Project be sure to check back soon!
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