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In 2008 an extension was added to this small country home thus allowing us to redesign the main floor with a larger master-suite, housing a separate vanity, and a bathroom filled with technology, elegance and luxury. Although the existing space was acceptable, it did not reflect our charismatic characters, and lacked breathing space. By borrowing the ineffective space from the existing “entrance court” and removing all closets thus permitting for a private space to accommodate a large vanity with Jack and Jill sinks, a separate bathroom area housing a deep sculptural tub with air massage and hydrotherapy combination, set in a perfect symmetrical fashion to allow the beautiful views of the outdoor landscape, a thin 30” LCD TV, and incorporating a large niche wall for artful accessories and spa products, as well as a private entrance to the large well organized dressing room with a make-up counter. A peaceful, elegant yet highly functional en-suite was created by our dream of having a contemporary hotel chic palette inspired by our travels in Paris. Using the classic black and white color combination, a touch of glam, the warm natural color of cherry wood and the technology and innovation brought this retreat to a new level of relaxation.



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    BATHROOM REMODEL - by TOC design BATHROOM REMODEL - by TOC design Presentation Transcript

    • HOME is where the HEART is - from concept to Reality Volume 2By: Tania Scardellato
    • 2 Plan of master bathroom before renovation
    • 3 Plan of master en-suite after renovation
    • 4 Elevations of the master en-suite at bathroom & vanity area
    • 5 Rendering of the vanity area
    • 6 Rendering of the bathroom
    • 7 Rendering of the dressing room
    • 8 Rendering of the feature wall at entrance
    • view of the bathroom before renovation View of the center court - before vanity area renovations View of the guest bedroom - before dressing room renovations View of the vestibule entrance before renovations 9 before
    • 10 4 6 1 11 7 2 3 5 8 9 12MASTER EN-SUITE COLOR BOARD ( 1 ) Porcelain tile – Daltile – Fabrique -Blanc Linen P685. ( 2 ) Porcelain tile – Daltile – Fabrique -Noir Linen P689 ( 3 ) Royal – shower panel ( 4 ) Royal Stark collection. ( 5 ) Gen-lite Crsytalline collection. ( 6 ) Carrara white marble – Daltile – Contempo basketweave. ( 7 ) Feature wall bench – Staron – Pebble frost. ( 8 ) Wallpaper Super Fresco black & white. ( 9 ) Millwork backing for bathroom niche wall – Audacity 241. ( 10 ) paint color used for accent – BM-2137-50 sea haze. ( 11 ) Paint color used for walls - BM 2143-70 simply white . ( 12 ) Paint color used for trims– BM 2120-20 black iron.10
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    • AcknowledgmentsTo JB & Joey, your patience, confidence and in put will always be appreciated. Without your generous co-operation this project would not have beenpossible.Mom and Dad, Thank-you for taking me in and feeding me delicious nutritious food, when this could have been a time of letting myself go, you pushedme in the right direction.To Andre & Jean, my contractors extraordinaire, without the two of you, the workman ship would have been shabby, my budget exploded and my timeframe doubled, thank-you for the many solutions and the your attention to details.A warm thank you to Keith Ewenson who photographed my work exactly how I conceived the design.To all my reps, without your products this project would have been just another big box design, thank-you for your support and excellent service. Resources Counter top: Leeza Distribution Paint: Glidden – diamond finish Custom cabinets: Blue rock cabinetry – Dining room table: Robert bury – plyboo Mike Preston Wood Floors: Taiga - Renaissance –saddle oak Appliances: JC Perrault –Kitchen Aid Floor tile: Daltile – Fabrique – Bath plumbing fixtures: Montval –Royal white and black linen Lighting: Shortall – eglo, gen-lite, lite-line Ceramic backsplash: Daltile – cityview –skyline grey Construction Materials: Rona VSL & Probex Ceramic at fireplace: Olympia –new leather Windows: Carrefour de la rénovation Stone tile at Feature wall: Daltile – contempo – white basket weave Window covering: Store Déco Feature wall bench: Staron –pebble frost16