Those were the marching orders from our client Sue.
Not a request received every day. But being true to one of our core philosophies, our style is whatever the client wants. We have no preconceived notions of what is right or wrong for a client’s de cor.
Our Senior Interior Designer, Janice Williams, accepted the challenge with enthusiasm. Sue wanted both her master bath and guest bath updated to her taste.
Sue wanted her Guest Bath to have the look and feel of a vintage French bathroom.
We replaced everything in the room. Janice spent a lot of time looking for repurposed metal for the vanity base, but could never find the right look. The resin material, which was made-to-order, resulted in just the right style, size and finish.
Sue wanted her master bath to look like a Paris apartment. A far cry from her carpeted floor and leaking shower (well maybe the leaking shower was a bit of Paris?).
The master bath colors were extended from her bedroom colors – pink, black and white.
The tile colors/pattern were taken from pictures Sue accumulated from her many trips to Paris.
Sue’s cabinets were sound, so we painted them and added complimenting hardware. We always look for ways to save our clients hard-earned money.
Janice selected a quartz counter that looked like marble. Quartz is so much better suited for a bathroom than porous marble.
You can’t tell from these pictures, but Janice also reconfigured the closet and incorporated an empty space so a stacked washer and dryer could be installed, creating added convenience.
Janice listened so well to what I wanted the end result to be, and she nailed it. Every time I walk into my master bath I feel like I’ve been transported to one of the many places I’ve stayed in Paris. Janice and Interior Expressions made the whole process so easy and painless.
Sue Wilson, Oro Valley