How To Design A Luxurious Master EnsuitePosted July 7, 2017
Designing A Lux Master Ensuite With Jeffrey Court Tile
High on the list of many homebuyers is a luxurious master ensuite. With the help of the Jeffrey Court, this dream became a reality for the blogger behind Paper Daisy Design. Here is a look at a comparison of a before and after project.
The hallway shows great with his and her closets as you step into the space from the master bedroom. This area features a blunt herringbone pattern. As a result, to reduce the visual distraction, she designed and built modern sliding doors replacing awkward entry doors. For more information on this, a DIY tutorial you can see here.
In front of the tub is an accent tile rug design created with Jeffrey Court Crisp Illusion mosaic tile, available from homedepot.com. To the right of the tub is the new walk-in shower. “I designed the shower to be fully open, doorless and glassless. I did not want to have to squeegee glass every time I finished showering,” shared Leslie Davis.
Furthermore, the wall that angles previously housed the small plexiglass entry into the shower is now most notably on the inside with two niches for soaps and shampoos. Beyond the beauty of the honed marble tiles and luxurious rain showerhead from Moen Inc., the key feature in shower comes from the floor, where more of the Crisp Illusion mosaic tile from Jeffrey Court was placed. Finally, the different textures and finishes of the alternating shapes of the mosaic provide comforting traction while wet.
On the opposite side of the room is the second vanity. Many homes in the Davis’ neighborhood have this recessed framed mirror feature over the sink. Leslie is a firm believer in making the best of an existing situation. “This project became the perfect opportunity to create a floor to ceiling mosaic wall. As a result, it was very rewarding.” Having just recently purchased another fixer upper in her neighborhood, Leslie finds herself prepping for her next big adventure. You can follow her DIY decorating and renovations at Paperdaisydesign.com.