July 23, 2020

BLOG #3 of 3 IN A SERIES: A high-style master bathroom transformation

For the next three weeks, Dover designer and guest blogger Amy Tilow will walk you through this fabulous home remodeling project which features a gorgeous, well-appointed master bathroom and walk-in closet. You’ll get an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of this project – from beginning to end. 

BLOG #3 of 3 IN A SERIES:

A high-style master bathroom transformation

Once the floor and shower tiles were selected, we knew the cabinets needed to be painted a deep, saturated black with a sleek countertop in solid white quartz. These solid colors anchor the room and bring cohesiveness with the marble. We used Medallion Cabinets by Reliable Cabinets in a traditional profile—and then let the other luxe finishes and fixtures add texture and visual interest.  


The satin-finish brass fixtures provide a touch of glam: The homeowner sourced these fabulous rectangular brass pulls, accessories and mirrors.

The sophisticated faucet—Newport Brass “Joffrey” 2-Handle in Satin Brass—is the ideal complement.  

As part of this master bathroom transformation, we also eliminated another bathroom in the hallway to create a walk-in closet and separate linen closet.

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To finish off the transformation, we also designed and installed a deck off the master bedroom. We removed a window, installed a sliding patio door and built the single platform deck using TimberTech® planks. Both bedrooms had carpet replaced with solid oak flooring, finished to match existing flooring in the rest of the house, again, bringing balance to the home.

During & After

The homeowner was thrilled with the results: She got the master bathroom she had dreamed of, a much-needed walk-in closet, along with a private, comfortable outdoor living space that ties it all together.

One more look at the remodeled master bathroom space: 

This project was a pleasure! Thanks for following along. If you have questions or comments, feel free to connect with me at tilowa@doverremodeling.com.

Amy Tilow