A constantly traveling professional wanted to transform his Clayton residence into a restful home. He worked with C&M Interiors and Chouteau Building Group to create an updated master bathroom to call his own. The main bathroom was originally laid out in an nonfunctional way with dated ‘90s décor. The designers were challenged by an unusually high ceiling and a wall of windows facing a busy street. By adding a charming barrel vault painted in Sherwin-Williams Black Fox, the space was transformed into a large, gallery style room with a stunning artistic chandelier to top it off. A custom high-lacquered vanity was specifically designed for the client and allows for light to bounce around the room. Neutral and textural tiles were selected to keep a masculine and tactile feel for this bachelor’s en suite. The main bathroom is now a comfortable inviting space that is both functional and high-end in appearance.
Contractor: Chouteau Building Group
Interior Design: C&M Interiors
Tile: R&F Tile & Marble Co.
Plumbing Fixtures: Immerse
Painter: Rice Painting
Glas/Mirror: Total Glass & Shelving
Cabintery: Fiddle Creek Woodworking