I’m currently in the planning stage for a big bathroom overhaul at my mom’s house. She has lived in this house since the early 90’s and the bathroom is in desperate need of help. There is currently a hot tub that hasn’t been used in over 20 years, an almond color shower insert, old linoleum floors, and all the fixtures you’d expect from a house built in the 80’s.
Here’s the first version of the mood board I came up with and I am a bit envious of this bathroom already. That large picture window is going to be stunning with a free standing tub in front of it and a large chandelier hanging from the vaulted ceiling! I’ve also convinced her, very easily I might add, to get a mechanical roman shade so the window can be open as much as possible because the view to her backyard is like being in a treehouse!
The plan is to mix high end with low end and get a perfectly custom, fancy yet comfortable, master spa…I mean bath for which we have hired a local plumber in las Vegas who has lots of experience in luxury bathroom design.
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