I was able to drop by last week to see the progress on this client's music room and adjacent bathroom, and I thought I'd share! They worked with an architect to draw up plans for this cool space including sound proofing (as a former drummer myself, shocking right?) They had already broken ground when the clients brought me on so we hit the ground running and went to work making hard finish selections swiftly. Not ideal at all but it can be done in certain circumstances, and since these were repeat clients I adore, I was willing to take on the project.
We wanted a cool modern, transitional vibe that really fit who they are and I think we nailed it! The main room is a space where he jams with his musical buddies but I could also see it evolving into a play area of sorts for their recently expanded family (they had twins during this whole project). The large overhead chandy was on back order for like ever (nine months to be exact, thanks covid) but was finally installed last week and it seriously makes my heart skip a beat when I look at it. We used a pair of coordinating sconces over the wet bar area and custom matched the stain from the sconce on the bar itself.
We pulled the same custom stain color into the bathroom as well. It works beautifully with the green glass tile. I mean, come on, what's not to love. I admit when I first saw this green glass tile, it had me at hello. I immediately fell in love with it and knew we had to use it for their shower. We extended it to the vanity wall as a seamless backsplash as well. It gives just a hint of color and it's muted tone is elegant and modern.
The penny tile on the floor is also gorgeous - each tile has a thin gold outline around the perimeter, and has great depth because of it. It's hard to tell from these photos but the bathroom also has a skylight. I love it because it bathes the space in natural light, but we did opt for a built in LED mirror that is super cool. Speaking of super cool, let's talk about the vanity shall we? The vanity needed to be small in scale due to the size of the bathroom itself. This metal one fit the bill and ticked all the boxes as far as its transitional style and of course scale.
Would you believe this was all just a garage before? Dream big, my friends - with a little vision and a great team, you can have the space of your dreams and do anything you set your mind to!