In updating the three baths in this two-story mid-century home, with some traditional style accents, we introduced fixtures and features that emphasized those more traditional features, which had previously been missing. The clients preferred adding pedestal sinks in two out of the three baths, which worked well with the "feel" we were looking for. We maintained the existing square footage, and in the case of the upstairs hall bath, we were able to create the sense of a much bigger room, by downsizing the cabinetry.
In the upstairs hall bath, the original footprint was not changed, as was true of all the baths. The vanity and countertop were replaced with an American Standard "DXV" Fitzgerald pedestal sink in "Canvas White." The toilet was a match - the Fitzgerald two-piece. The faucet, as well as the shower-bath components, are also American Standard, "Ashbee" (two-handled) in polished chrome. The sconces, flanking the Restoration Hardware medicine cabinet, are Hudson Valley, "Bradford," in polished chrome. Semi-flush ceiling fixtures are also by Hudson Valley, "Randolph."
The tile floor is white matte porcelain, with a cobalt blue dot. The gloss subway tile on the walls is in an ice white. The paint colors are all Benjamin Moore; the walls are a matte Santorini Blue, with Snow White trim.
Thanks to contractor Tom Silva, of Triple S Construction, and his great sub-contractors, for doing superb work. Cortina Tile provided a great selection of tiles for all the baths. Connecticut Lighting Centers, working with salesperson, Laura Carrier, collaborated on the perfect lighting fixtures. FW Webb, in Springfield, was an excellent source of faucets and fixtures. Scott Anderson at Cowls in North Amherst provided his expertise and great cabinetry. Oasis has the best selection of shower doors. And thanks to the fabulous clients! See these photos and more from the other two baths, as part of my portfolio.