fishers master bathroom- Before & After
In our Fishers Master Bath remodel, the homeowners were dissatisfied and frustrated with their outdated bathroom. They wanted to change the existing layout and give the space a fresh new look. Our goal was to make use of the current space, but in a way that made sense for the homeowner’s lifestyle and preferences.
Before remodeling this fishers Master bathroom
Adding Function Back Into A Dysfunctional Master Bath
Rather than let the tub gather dust, we removed it and used the existing alcove to add much-needed additional storage space. We also added a fun seating nook by the window with even MORE storage, that can be used when getting ready in the morning. Everything finally has a place, and the days of misplacing the toothpaste are OVER.
With the shower, we first had to make sure that it was no longer a safety hazard. We started by making it all one level and then installed seating benches for both safety and comfort.
To store soaps and shampoos, we added hidden recessed niches in the walls with a gorgeous mosaic tile backsplash.
For the vanity, we removed the countertop middle cabinetry and instead added some on both sides for a cleaner look.
Subdued Grays and Soft Whites Create a Spa-Like Bathroom
While we wanted the Master Bath to feel bright and airy, we didn’t want overbearing white walls that make you feel like you’re in a hospital. Instead, we chose the Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray custom wall paint. This muted shade of gray gives a serene feel to the room while making sure that the white cabinetry features stand out.
To tie into the rest of the bathroom, we added a gray backsplash to the shower, a gray seat cushion to the seating nook, and a white quartz countertop with gray accents
A Dream Master Bathroom Comes To Life
The biggest change to this space was the change in how it makes you feel when you walk into the room. The white and gray color scheme plays so well with the natural light, that it reminds you to breathe deeply again. The seating nook makes the space feel thoughtful, and the additional storage allows the bathroom to have that clean feeling that wasn’t possible before.
It’s important to note that the small finishing touches can make all the difference when transforming a space- and are often overlooked. For this space, we replaced the vanity lighting and cabinetry hardware to add to the modern design. We also added valence trim to the vanity to make the cabinetry feel more custom without being too obvious- or expensive.
The final transformation was a bright, tranquil bathroom with ample storage and high-end finishes, just like the original vision.
Materials used in this Fishers Master Bath Remodel
- Countertops: MSI Iced White Q Quartz Vanity Countertops
- Vanity and Cabinetry: Shiloh Cabinetry, Inset Square Hanover shaker door style, 5-piece drawer fronts, Amerock Bar Pulls cabinetry hardware in Sterling Nickel
- Flooring: Evoke Joe LVP flooring
- Shower: MSI Sophie White shower wall tile, Daltile Keystones Uptown Taupe 2×2 shower floor tile, with Daltile Uptown Glass 1×1 mosaic tile within recessed niches in Metro Taupe.
- Toilet: Drake 2-piece toilet with G-Max Flush
- Finishes and Hardware: Gatco Latitude Collection bathroom accessories in Satin Nickel finish, Progress Lighting Replay 2-light vanity lights, Delta Trinsic plumbing collection in Stainless Steel finish
THE FOLLOWING ARE OUR Bathroom REMODELING SERVICE AREAS
Rocky Ripple, Indy, Indiana Meridian Kessler, Indy, Indiana
Castleton, Indy, Indiana
Meridian Hills, Indy, Indiana