Warm wood and cool grays come together in our Beach Project Master Bathroom. It’s a trending combination that creates interest. Today we are sharing the exact materials we used to get the look. Read on for information on our stone, tile, hardware, and lighting picks! Love this space? Make sure you catch up with more space reveals from this home here.
Built By: Split Rock Custom Homes
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography
The beautiful custom vanity is made from wood stained to match the house flooring, Paradigm Flooring Conquest Collection in the Chateau Colorway. The light wood infuses the space with natural warmth and creates a pretty organic look in the space.
Cool Gray Countertops and Tile
In contrast to the warmth of the wood, cool gray counters and tile feel crisp. The original plan for the countertop was to go with Clareanne Cambria Quartz. However, at the last minute we found a gorgeous unlabeled piece of remnant marble at the stone yard. There was enough to continue the stone in the shower on the bench cap. Remnant pieces of stone can be a great way to go for small space countertops. Because you do not have to purchase an entire slab, it is more affordable. Ours was unlabeled, but a good stone guy might know what it is if you show the picture! We paired the stone with Bedrosian’s 12″x24″ Urban 2.0 in Iron Blue placed in a herringbone pattern on the floor and 2.5″x8″ vertically staggered Cloe in White on the shower walls.
We used a modern mix of metals to continue the contrast between warm and cool. Brass lighting and hardware add warmth, while chrome faucets blend with the gray quartz counters. The Lara Sconce and Northport Pendant are both from Hudson Valley Lighting. The cabinetry pulls are from Aged Brass Grafton Metal Pulls from Restoration Hardware. The polished chrome faucet is the Invari line from Brizo.
Styling out your bathroom is the finishing touch that creates a polished, welcoming vibe. We finished this space with this beautiful neutral rug, a warm wood stool for bath essentials, and oversized ocean photography from Minted.
We love how this space turned out. Shop below to get the look in your own space! Check back soon for more space reveals from our Beach Front Project.