Remodeled All of the Bathrooms in this Home
The goal with this project was to update all of the bathrooms in this home, which was a total of three bathrooms. Aptitude encouraged the family to not only update the style of the bathrooms but to make sure that the rooms were meeting the wants and needs of the people using them the most. As a result, the entire family was involved in this project which made it a fun collaboration.
In the master bath, Aptitude Design & Build decided too take out the giant tub under the window that took up a lot of space and replaced it with a free standing tub with a shelf in the back. Aptitude also recommended the brushed gold fixtures to add a unique touch to the details of the space. Aptitude did a lot of different things in colors and design to split up the space such as mixed metals, using the colors gray and gold to tie things together, and a chandelier above the tub. The goal was to make the master bath feel spa-like so that it supported the homeowners after a long day at work.
The hall bath design was influenced by the homeowners love for the beach. Aptitude used blue for the vanity to give this room’s centerpiece a cottage beach feel. They paired that with pretty simple wall and floor colors, and brushed nickel poles and faucets. Aptitude recommends pairing bright bold colors with toned down design elements that still have interesting shapes so that there is texture and interest throughout the space without it being too much.
The Jack and Jill bathroom was for the families two daughters. They wanted to make sure both girls had plenty of storage and space to get ready in the morning without being on top of each other. Instead of just doing a vanity with a flat top, Aptitude Design & Build did a fun center makeup area. And the daughters actually helped pick out the colors. Founder Matt Mierek shares that a lot of times clients think that everything throughout the house has to match perfectly, but he encourages people to actually find design elements that can be a thread used to tie everything together throughout the house, while allowing each room to be unique.