Thursday, December 29, 2011

Holiday Re-Runs: Pure White CaesarStone in a Gorgeous Master Bath

Happy Holidays!
This week I'm stepping away from the blog and I'm posting re-runs of our most popular posts from 2011.  
Today's article was originally posted on 6/28/11.  This was by far our most popular post of the year.  You all LOVED this bathroom.  From the floating vanities that were lit underneath to all the gorgeous CaesarStone, this bath really did turn out beautifully.  We were happy to be a part of it!
Yesterday I showed the amazing Calacatta Gold marble Kitchen in this home. 
Today it's time for the gorgeous Master Bath!

The countertops are quartz, she used one of the hottest colors from CaesarStone, #1141 Pure White.

The edge detail on the vanities is a 3" Miter.  We did a Waterfall edge on the one end of the vanity (it's a Miter that goes down to the floor). 
Notice how the vanities are "floating".  I love the lighting underneath them, it's such a great detail. 
Again, keep in mind this was all designed by the homeowner.  Didn't she do an amazing job?

Another detail.....if you look close you can see the mirrors were cut around the large sinks.  Beauty is in the details!

The shower also has slabs of Pure White CaesarStone.  It was used as the wainscoting and then she did tile the rest of the way.  I hate cleaning grout, so I really love slabs in a shower! 
All the curbing was done in the slab as well as the bench.

Here's another detail, this one came about by accident.  Notice the quartz circle behind the water lever?  When we cut the hole for that we cut off of the plumbing specs, after the hole was cut they changed their fixtures.  When the plumber went to install the lever the hole was too big.  Instead of replacing the whole slab wall piece BJ & our template guy, Jake, came up with the idea to cut a circle out of the CaesarStone and set it on top of the wall.  It was a great idea, and I think this looks even better now! 

I think this is the Master Bath of all of our dreams.  :)  Can you blame us for loving this job so much?

*All photos from MGS by Design. 

1 comment:

Melissa said...

LOVE that waterfall edge in the white Ceasarstone. We had a friend just have a job completed on their bar in the lower level. It is utterly cool.

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