Friday, November 14, 2014
Ranch Home Bath Remodels
The ranch home is making a comeback for American families. The dated decor? Not so much. c2Design was excited to break a bathroom out of its 1970’s remodel and into this century!
Practicality was a must for this family of 4. Let’s begin in the hallway bath. Two young girls share this bathroom. Though pink all over would have been extremely fun, we had to keep in mind it doubles as the guests bathroom as well. Light gray ceramic tile floors with a linen texture runs vertically up the back wall.
This gives the space perspective by drawing your eye across the whole space from the entrance to the back wall. Aqua glass subway tile not only breaks up the back wall but adds color for these young girls which continues through the newly tiled tub/shower.
Stainless steel bath fixtures, a new vanity, and a lots of storage will allow this girls to grow into the space as their make-up and beauty products accumulate with age.
Now that the girls were taken care of, it was time to focus on the much deserving parents’ needs.
These parents of two were missing one thing in their own bathroom -- a shower! A linen closet was sacrificed for extra space, but if you ask this family, it was well worth it! The brand new shower is really a piece of interior art. Working from the bottom up, a mosaic glass base anchors the tiled walls.
A circle accent band adds dimension and interest to the space as well.
This beautiful design hosts a rain shower head and seamless shower glass allowing nothing to obstruct the view looking in. New vanity, new hardware and a light paint color makes this cozy bathroom a touch of luxury for these parents.
Together, these two bathrooms meets this families needs. Extra storage, a new shower, and contemporary twist on a classic bathroom design not only makes this family get ready faster in the morning, they will actually enjoy the process!
Thank you for allowing us to break down a wall or two to SEE TO your design needs!