Alexandria ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, DC Metro

Our client wanted a clean and classic Master Bath Suite. Initially, I designed 3 different options, but option 1 was a home run for the client and also my favorite based on thier wishlist. The vanity and mirror are custom made for the space with a 12 step dark stain process that allows the depth of the grain to show through. It took about 10 sample runs to get the finish just right, not too red and not too dark. We built the massive mirror to "float" off the wall so that it would visually lighten the space. The shower glass was detailed so that it appears seamless against the shower bench. We used Carerra marble throughout.

Inspiration for a transitional bathroom in DC Metro with marble benchtops, a vessel sink and marble. —  Houzz
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bernadette333 wrote:13April,2015

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