The first thing we tackled was the color scheme. Because we wanted a clean, modern bathroom, we chose white, gray, black, and wood tones. One item that became an instant standout is the Kohler matte black faucet. This is my favorite detail of the whole space. It shines like a star. My client had a midcentury dresser that was used in another room. She wanted to use it as the vanity, so we topped it with marble and placed an undermount sink in it. For the vanity lighting, we chose the classic…
There's a couple of things I like about this room: large round mirror; the vintage wall hung vanity echoes the journey to all of the modern interpretations we see today, but is one of a kind - and those timber tones in a bathroom - sensational.
Light colors, reflective tiles and an anemone-like sconce lighten the space in the master bath, while a floating vanity and clear glass shower stall make the room feel larger. They added a contemporary touch with rectilinear green glass tiles. "We settled on translucent tiles to not only avoid overpowering the room, but to create a fluid environment inspired by the sea," Asher says. Houzz
Poured concrete countertops and wood shelving add much-needed texture to the formerly stark bathroom. Dual faucets installed on the walls uphold the original midcentury vibe and save counter space, too. See more stunning photos from this makeover.