The primary bathroom of this 80-year-old Warson Woods home received a major remodel and went from dated to delightful. The space was taken down to the studs to create a fresh, open and restful space.  Stunning finishes were added throughout, including an intricate white marble mosaic floor that acts as the foundation for this peaceful and classic retreat. The designer partnered with Marc Christian Fine Cabinetry and Wise Works Contracting to create this timeless upgrade.   Using beautiful detailed custom white cabinetry, large wall mirrors and enhanced lighting, the space seems visually larger.  An additional corner cabinet with classic mirrored mullions was added to create a pretty place to store bathroom necessities. The bathtub was upgraded with a walk-in shower and addressed aging in place considerations.  The floral grasscloth wallpaper dresses the walls and adds texture to the soothing, spa-like ambience. This once dated primary bathroom is now a serene spot to greet the day and a relaxing place to retreat in the evening.

Liz Basler, Allied ASID

Alise O’Brien Photography

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