Total Master Bath Remodel Features Vaulted Ceiling, Chrystal Chandelier

This 1995 contemporary Tudor is a spacious home with large rooms, multiple fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and spectacular views. It sat vacant for two years until the right buyer came along. The new owners were excited, and ready to dive into remodeling. First project: A totally new Master Bath.

The original bath had vaulted ceilings with popcorn texture. It also had a dated Jacuzzi as its centerpiece. Removing the Jacuzzi became a priority that would free up the space and offer all kinds of interior design possibilities.

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The owners chose Rick Jacobson for the project. After removing the Jacuzzi, Rick removed the existing popcorn ceiling texture and replaced it with a knock-down finish. He added adjustable dimmers and additional can lighting for the right blend of lighting.

The new plan began from the ground up, with in-floor heating. The new floor is constructed with 6” X 24” Porcelain planks that look great. The walk-in shower walls are constructed with 12” x 18” Travertine Porcelain tiles. The shower floor, niche, and border were crafted using 2” x 2” slate Porcelain with Travertine pencils (the border treatment).


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The shower features a Kohler rubbed oil shower control valve, and ceiling-mounted 11-inch rubbed oil rain shower head. It’s a great combination for this beautiful shower.

A smaller room with door features a Kohler NUMI Elongated Dual-Flush Intelligent Toilet. It’s as state-of-the-art as it gets.

Two custom vanities with counter-to-ceiling mirrors are positioned on opposing walls just inside the entry. Each vanity features Siena cream polished Granite countertops with a 3/16 radius finished edge. Under-mounted white sinks and oil-rubbed faucets add a touch of elegance. And the custom raised panel vanity was installed where the Jacuzzi was.

The owners chose Benjamin Moore “Majestic Sage #1532” as the wall color choice, which works well to complement the dark stained vanities.

The final touch: Instead of a Jacuzzi the remodeled bath has a comfortable Ottoman, making this a room that is warm, inviting, and comfortable.

The owners love the result, and are looking forward to the next project.