Bathroom Makeovers with Duravit
The Mod Pod bathrooms were extremely outdated and in need of a serious re-vamp. The first update we made was hiring Surface Specialist to paint the existing tile in our guest bathroom a bright white. This update immediately improved the overall look and brought our dated bathroom back to life. We painted both the guest and hall bathrooms Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore and trim and cabinetry Iron Ore by Sherwin Williams from Spectrum Paint.
We used the extra marble left over from our kitchen island slab for the countertops over the dark cabinetry. I knew I wanted a statement wall in our guest bathroom and decided on this fun, funky wallpaper by local textile designer, Emily Daws Textiles. We framed the circular mirror with two Astrid Sconces by Hudson Valley Lighting. The simplicity of the sconces work well against the abstract wallpaper.
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery is the place to go when looking to update fixtures. They have many showroom locations including a local branch in North Charleston. I immediately fell in love with the Duravit fixtures. Their beautiful selection of white sinks and modern white toilets worked perfectly for both our guest and hall baths. We also decided to use their matte black bath accessories such as the towel / robe hooks, towel rings, and toilet paper holders. Check out the before and after of both bathrooms below.
My favorite features of our Duravit toilets are the soft close lids and the addition of the dual flush, flush plate for a modern touch. We paired it with a matte black toilet paper holder and brush set. I hung a painting by local artist, Chambers Austelle in the bathroom above the toilet for a fun pop of color against our amazing wallpaper.
We chose matte black faucets, temperature valves and drains for the showers in both baths by Delta from Ferguson for a modern, fresh feel to compliment the finishes throughout our home.
My goal is always to make our guest feel welcome in our home. The black whipstitch towels from Weezie are the perfect extra edge for our guest bathroom! Add a monogram and I am sold. I placed the hand towel on this live oak edge bath tray for an inviting touch!
Our hall bathroom sink by Duravit is my all time favorite addition! I love the milk glass shelving, perfect for extra storage while still seeming open and airy. I paired the sink with a simple black metal mirror and the Cora Wall Sconce from Mitzi by Hudson Valley Lighting.
We added a fun piece of artwork by Alison Duncan to complete the hall bathroom. I incorporated some accessories from the shop including the Dendrobium Orchid, Avon Ceramic Pot, and Cane Basket. Our special addition to the hall bathroom are the Spark C Black & White Morning Hex Cement Tiles from Villa Lagoon Tile.
If you are looking to update your bathroom fixtures I highly recommend Ferguson showrooms and Duravit fixtures! We couldn't be happier with the updated feel these products brought to our home. Check out our services page for more information on our packages including our welcome packet. We would love to help you tackle your next project!
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This blog post is sponsored by Duravit and Ferguson