Dazzling Reflections

A brand new bath shines with architectural interest, gracious proportions, and plentiful comforts designed to stand the test of time.

The shower runs the length of the wall behind the tub and allows for entry on both ends. Photography by JEAN ALLSOPP

Designer Laurie Fulkerson knows that bath renovations are costly. As a designer for Twin Interiors, she has tackled more than a few. That’s why, when given the opportunity to start from scratch for this client, she selected timeless, quality materials that promise to hold up in style and durability.

The client asked for separate vanity areas, so the designer included a tower cabinet in between that provides storage space for makeup, jewelry, etc.

Key considerations included a separate tub and shower with dual shower heads, brass fixtures, natural stone and tile, custom cabinets stained in a white oak finish, and plentiful storage. “Storage can be limited in bathrooms, so cabinet layout is very important,” Laurie says. “We work closely with our cabinet designer to make sure there will be a space for all of our client’s needs. I love including a pullout trash in the vanity, as well as custom pullouts for hair dryers, etc.” Finishing touches included the decorative hardware and fixtures, as well as the stunning tile mirror from Restoration Hardware.

Laurie Fulkerson

Resources

Designer: Laurie Fulkerson / Twin Interiors Architect: Joe Ellis, Dwelling Architecture Builder, cabinet design, and construction: Twin Cabinets and Twin Construction Tile: Triton Stone Group Hardware: Brandino Brass Tiled mirror: Restoration Hardware Fixtures: V&W Plumbing Supply Marble countertops: Surface One Rug: Hazel House Collective

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