The guest bathroom’s custom vanity was designed with symmetry in mind. “Instead of the vanity being an afterthought, all the vanities in this house were really done to look like a piece of furniture,” says project manager Dan Faires.
This side view of the architectural screen wall with the vertical slats of ebonized wood shows the dining room on the left side and the stairwell on the right. “It makes the space feel bigger,” says build manager Dan Faires.
A white and walnut wood wardrobe cabinet with a splayed frame is located where a traditional closet once sat in the home office. “The old closet stuck out and really protruded into the room,” says build manager Dan Faires. “It was the first thing you saw.”
This view looks toward the refrigerator to the left of the range, with matte black panels that makes it blend with the black-painted custom-made solid oak cabinets. “It helps create a balance and seamless look for the whole kitchen.” says build manager Dan Faires.
A commode nook sits off the main area of the master bath, at the end of the room behind one end of the shower. “No one likes to see the toilet when you walk into a space, and you’re also providing privacy,” explains build manager Dan Faires.
The custom walnut butcher-block floating shelf vanity adds the warmth of wood and makes the stylish bathroom feel open and airy. “It was all about making that space pure white and clean, and allowing the fixtures and the countertop to be the showstoppers,” says build manager Dan Faires.
A spacious double vanity sprayed in a high gloss shade of aqua and a walk-in shower with an integrated seat are two of the main components of this reimagined guest bathroom. “The upstairs bathroom before had no natural light and felt like a cave,” says project manager Dan Faires.
This look into the dining room from the adjacent kitchen shows the close proximity and connection the two spaces now enjoy, which makes it easy to share family meals and entertain guests. “The dining room was previously isolated from the kitchen and the layout was very choppy,” says project manager Dan Faires.