Sydne Summer's Bathroom Reveal
I loved almost everything in my condo when I first moved in... except my bathrooms. The black marble and brown tile never felt like me. I just never did anything about it until I decided to do a full renovation ten years later. I've always loved the feeling of hotel bathrooms. There is something so clean and refreshing about white stones, tiles and shiny chrome accents. It's what I envisioned for my master bathroom and powder room.
I originally was going to buy vanities but I couldn't find any I liked. And I was too scared to order such an important piece online without seeing it first. The veins in marble can look so different in real life then they do online! So after I decided to use Caesarstone Statuario Maximus in my kitchen, I decided it would be perfect to carry through to the bathrooms. It makes the space feel cohesive. And like I say with fashion, if you love a piece so much, there's no harm of having it in multiples!
I worked with my designer, Jean Luxe, to create semi-custom vanities with the quartz. We mixed chrome handles with crystal for the cabinets. Then mixed and matched various glass and stone patterns for the flooring and decorative wall. In the powder room, I did a shimmer wallpaper that feels like a continuation of the quartz.
My favorite part is, like my kitchen counters, I don't have to worry about spilling. If my makeup or toothpaste gets on my new vanities, it's so easy to wipe off!