Saturday, December 29, 2012

Progress photos - bathrooms and laundry room

All of the countertops have been installed and they look great!  You might remember my trip to the slab yard where I found a great remnant of Pental's 3cm Alpine quartz.  Here it is installed in the powder room:
 
Pental's 3cm Alpine quartz
 In order to stay on budget with our hard surfaces, we decided to use laminate in the mud room and the laundry room.  Here's a picture of Formica's Sand Crystal Laminate countertop in horrible lighting:
Formica's Sand Crystal Laminate 3517-46
 The guest bath is one of my favorite rooms in the house.  We used a knotty alder cabinet with a burnished walnut stain.  The counters are Pental's Seashell Polished and the backsplash is a row of two 3x6 inch Pental subway tile.  Paint color is Stratton Blue by Benjamin Moore.  Sinks are undermounted, by Kohler:
Pental Seashell Polished Quartz with Benjamin Moore HC-142 Stratton Blue
 The laundry room is another place where we were able to save some money.  We ended up installing melamine cabinets and WilsonArt Calcutta Marble laminate counters. 
WilsonArt Calcutta Marble laminate counters 4925K-07

Built in sewing counter

Laundry room sink
 Our master bathroom continues to come together with the marble slab installed on the dual vanity, tub and shower bench. 
sTile Tabula Moka floor with Pental's 4x12 inch Urban Life Subway tile in white gloss

3cm Carrara marble slab on the tub

The slab carries into the master shower bench
 One of the things that we've focused on in designing our house is maximizing the potential for storage.  We asked our cabinet maker to build a hutch that would sit on top of the dual vanity.  We figured this would be an ideal place to store things that usually end up sitting out on the countertops.  Eventually, the hutch will be trimmed out with a piece of crown molding on the top.
Dual vanity with 3cm Carrara marble slab and built in hutch

1 comment:

  1. Wow that is so awesome! Great post ! I wish I could do so good ! if have chance you can visit my Bathtub Taps ,and give me some help, thanks!

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