When undertaking the renovation of this tired 1980’s Master Bath, Scott Ross already had a path clearly mapped out for him. He was engaged by this busy professional couple to complete the redux of their kitchen just the year before. He knew their taste was tailored and with a penchant for simplicity and function. In the Master Bath he started from scratch. Gone are the low and uncomfortable cabinets and counters, tiny sinks, and cultured marble countertops. The drab walled-in shower stall was opened up with a gorgeous glass enclosure, connecting it to a gleaming undermount tub. Cherrywood, a species not seen for a while in more trendy interiors, creates a warm glow against the expanse of white quartz counters, crisp paint and plumbing fixtures. Gray graphite tile brings an organic element that plays beautifully off the cherrywood cabinets. Gleaming silver hardware, creates order with sleek drawer pulls and faucets. Unlike it’s predecessor, this bathroom will never date; with finishes and materials that truly show simplicity put towards its best use.
Lead Designer Scott Ross