Acting as designers and contractors, Temple and Hentz remodeled this dated primary bathroom to make a more user-friendly layout. The old space included a large built-in Jacuzzi tub and shower enclosed with a glass block surround. The homeowner’s main request was more usable square footage, a freestanding tub and a larger, more functional shower. The client’s aesthetic is more modern, so the designers worked to incorporate clean and sleek materials that complemented their love of modern finishes. Custom wall-mounted vanities feature a mitered quartz waterfall panel. Polished nickel fixtures create a modern yet timeless feel to the space. Kelly Wearstler sconces mounted to custom glass keeps the room feeling open and airy. The focal point of the new shower is a layered backlit stone quartz. Large-format porcelain tiles create the clean, maintenance-friendly floor and shower surrounding the client requested. The custom floating shower bench in teak adds another special touch while incorporating natural materials to the modern space. A custom-made Roman shade and the smokey crystal chandelier above the bathtub create an oasis that the homeowners love walking into every morning.
Contractor/Designer: Temple and Hentz
Plumbing Fixtures: Immerse
Decorative Fixtures: Richelieu Hardware
Window Treatments: Berry Studio
Glass/Mirror: Barron Glass
Cabinetry: Centorbi Cabinetry