January 24, 2008

Remodel: Master Bath, part two

"There is certainly no absolute standard of beauty. That precisely is what makes its pursuit so interesting." - John Kenneth Galbraith

Master Bath: After



We purchased antiques from RD Steeves Imports in Yamhill, Oregon for less than it cost to buy new cabinets....even cheap ones from the big box stores. Buffet (used as sink cabinet)-$285, recycled porcelain sink from ReStore (Habitat for Humanity resale shop) $10, armoire (used as linen closet)-$185
A link for RD Steeves can be found on the side bar under Other Cool Links
Wall color-Ralph Lauren Regent Metallic paint-Ballroom Gold

9 comments:

Felicia said...

Beautiful makeover :)

Cicada Studio said...

I love before and after pics!
I would say, the remodel of a trailer is completely worthwhile when it comes out as beautiful as this!

Chucka Stone Designs said...

I really love that you are not afraid of color & blending such bold combos together. So many designers these days are all about beige and it is a fine color but gets very boring after a while. This bath is lively yet sophisticated. Love your work!

High Desert Diva said...

Banish the beige!

ambika said...

The transformation is amazing! Well done. And whoever says remodelling a trailer isn't a worthy cause never lived in one.

Victoria said...

Beautiful job, and great color!

T. Kimberlyn said...

I Love the Colors!

Morrgan said...

That is a huge difference. Great work!

Corrine said...

that turned out beautiful. way to go! thanks for the inspiration