We recently completed this master bath renovation for a client’s waterfront home on Casey Key. Their existing bath design was feeling bland and its shotgun floor plan wasn’t working for these homeowners. So we reconfigured the layout, removing the existing corner tub in favor of a large, luxurious shower and increased closet space. Since the footprint is narrow, we replaced some solid walls with translucent glass to afford privacy while allowing a sense of openness.
Before + After
New design features of this tropical spa-inspired retreat include teak “stepping stones” over a field of black river rock and a floating white stone vanity between custom teak and glass storage towers. The new ceiling is lowered slightly to conceal indirect lighting to lightly graze the walls in the evening, and a central raised area finished in backpainted glass to be reminiscent of a skylight.
In Interior Design, great restrictions can demand great creativity. I love this renovation because it shows how a few small- but smart- changes can make a BIG impact even when a budget is tight. This steakhouse located within a big, chain hotel received a desperately needed makeover thanks to some minor, but strategic cosmetic changes.
Space as Art broke out of the air-conditioned box for this Clearwater, FL pool and patio renovation. This newly renovated pool, spa, and patio by Space As Art features all new finishes for an artistic and inviting outdoor space that enhances the exterior of this beautiful waterfront home.
No longer overshadowed by sprawling, brand spankin’ new construction, creatively renovated interiors are flexing their innovative muscle and basking in some well deserved limelight. Follow this section of our blog and let us show you why We ♥ Renovation.