Welcome to our gallery featuring the Cool Gray bathroom project by Change Your Bathroom.
The goal of a bathroom renovation is to create a more harmonious and functional bathroom, and if you’re like me, you want to add cool gadgets and custom elements to make it a one-of-a-kind bathroom.
This bathroom has all the things I love best: high-end fixtures, stone and wood, sleek lines and a soothing color palette.
Some of the best features of this bathroom are in the details. Beautiful brushed nickle features including the sink faucets, shower heads, and the bathtub faucets add elegance.
Super cool LED lights beneath the vanity ensure you’ll never stub your toe again during a nighttime trip to the bathroom.
This small bathroom proves you can have it all without having an enormous space to work with. A glass door divides the bathroom in half and allows the shower and bathtub to be in the same area without getting the rest of the room wet.
We hope this gorgeous finished project will inspire you to undertake your own dream bathroom renovation, complete with all the little details.
Long view of the contemporary bathroom renovation.
A closer look at the shower and tub enclosure reveals a curbless shower with a pebble floor, a Victoria and Albert tub, and a stacked stone wall at the far end of the enclosure.
Zooming in on the pebble floor to see the detail.
The faucet extending from the stacked stone wall is brushed nickle and sleek, provoking the image of a small waterfall.
Next to the Victoria and Albert tub extending from the wall is a brushed nickle shower head and hand shower with a digital. The floor houses a hidden drain. A small built-in cubby houses shower products.
A closer look at the other side of the shower shows another brushed nickle shower head, a digital shower valve, and yet another cubby for shower products.
From the shower door we see the change to gray floors with a wood grain pattern, the black vanity with LED lighting beneath and dual vessel sinks.
A closer look at the dual vessel sinks with faucets extending from the tile backsplash. Each sink has its own mirror above it.
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