Saturday, February 7, 2015

Capitol Hill Bathroom Remodel

Capitol Hill is a charming suburb of Colorado with beautiful early 1900’s homes. Our clients recently moved into the area  from out of state and called upon c2Design to help update their awkward basement bathroom into the 21st century.

Let's start by saying this guest bathroom had two stairs leading up to the toilet....YES, stairs!! Not only did this limit the amount of floor space, but it also made the whole layout of the bathroom uncomfortable. First thing was first, take out that throne (pun intended) and remove the carpeting! With updated plumbing solutions and re-working the pipes that sat above ground, hence the stairs, we were able to eliminate the steps and level out the floor. This not only this help put everything on ground level but it really opened up the space which allowed us make the shower area larger...BONUS!

Before Pictures:

The owners had a very clear direction from a design standpoint which was very fun for us to turn that vision into reality. White subway tile with slate colored grout lines the shower walls opening up the space visually while giving the walls and shower great texture and dimension. White hexagon flooring in the base of the shower easily transitions into a rich charcoal colored slate porcelain tile throughout the remainder of the room. In the small space it was important to keep the look open and bright. Dark oiled bronze shower enclosure highlights the clear glass sliding doors adding architectural detail without cutting off the shower area.

One of our favorite details is the custom built vanity! Reclaimed wood and industrial metal pipes were artfully engineered together by a local artist to create this stunning piece. Shelves under the vanity sink provide storage while on the other end, the vanity hosts a the perfect place to get ready with plenty of counter space. 

We really wanted to crate an industrial chic aesthetic so with the minor accessories such as artwork, a rustic metal mirror, lighting, and brushed nickel fixtures,  we were able to finish off this modern/industrial space. 

We had a cute little visitor, who was very curious while photographing, so we couldn't help ourselves!

We thoroughly enjoyed working with these clients and love how the space turned out. A BIG thank you, to our clients, for allowing us into your home for such a great project!


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