This was a great renovation project. The original bathroom had a soaker tub located directly under the window. By eliminating the soaking tub, we were able to move the location of the bathroom door. The new configuration allowed for a storage bench and extended shower in lieu of the soaking tub. Moving the doorway towards the window also gave the vanity area (not pictured) better use of the bathroom space. Porcelain tile give the look of a stone material without all of the maintenance. Photos by Mark Bealer of Studio 66 Photography.
The upper level of the condo features two bedrooms, a bathroom, a laundry room and a linen closet. This picture is of the Master Bedroom. I chose a gorgeous green color for the wall, a queen sized bed with a rough, natural finish and two ottomans as nightstands. Soft natural bedding and pillows with text and texture give the bedroom a very comfortable and cozy feel. Photo by Nest Designs LLC.
For fun I chose a dresser that was made from reclaimed wood. The lamp carries the wooden texture over from the bed. The dress form with the metal helmet and the vintage luggage add style and playfulness to the bedroom. Hanging the mirror on the vertical instead of the horizontal pulls all of the elements together. Photo by The Next Wave.
Here is an image from the bathroom. I’ve used the wall vases in the past in a bathroom and they were perfect for this space too. This time is used a green grass to add a punch of color against the gray wall color. The numbered basket is perfect for holding hand towels. Photo by The Next Wave.
When work began on this room, the support beam down the middle of the ceiling was our biggest obstacle. To help lessen the impact of the beam, two ceiling fans were installed on either side of it to help center the room. New hardwood flooring was also installed. A splash of green paint on the walls help to brighten up this room. The homeowner’s furniture really compliments the new space. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.