Irvington Remodel

Built in 1927, this Colonial style home has undergone some poor renovations over the years that left the master bath with an inefficient use of space, hodgepodge of fixtures and an aesthetic inconsistent with the rest of the house. The current homeowners wanted to make this bath feel more like a master by maximizing the small footprint, adding a second vanity, and updating the fixtures and palette to be more sophisticated.  We pivoted the tub/shower location to extend the vanity for a second sink. A full height linen cabinet was added for ample storage with a pull-out base for soiled laundry assortment. The ceiling was cleaned up to consolidate light fixtures to a single fixture, and a recessed light/fan fixture for the shower , with new sconces at the vanity. A light and airy palette along with a large vanity mirror makes the bathroom feel larger. Materials are classic and timeless, with subway tile and a custom glass hexagon mosiac floor and calacutta gold marble countertops. 

Photo: Kevin McConnell