Friday, December 11, 2015

1986 Bathroom Renovation goes 2015 Earthy Modern


Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark

Rugged stone, warm wood and variegated colors. This is the feeling I wanted for my renovated masterbath. We lived with this 1986 bathroom for way too long and it was time for the sledgehammer! It's a testament to American Standard that the toilet lasted a long time! Their products are timeless. A special thanks goes to DXV  of American Standard for all the gorgeous fixtures!



Bye Bye 1986 Bathroom!!


Mind you, my master is tiny; so the material choices were very important. To feel connection to the earth, I went back to the basics giving my masterbath design a more organic feel with a modern edge. 

Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark


Starting off subtly, the slate stone vanity wall has uneven texture resulting in a truly natural look and feeling.  Pairing the stone with the crisp lines of the DXV Square POP vessel adds a contemporary edge.





Custom Lacava Vanity
Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark



Stainless steel accents on the custom Lacava walnut vanity with industrial lighting from Renovation Hardware adds a modern dimension to the space too.


DXV Pop Vessel and Keefe faucet
Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark


The flow of water was an important factor in this small space. The beautiful flowing waterfall from DXV Keefe’s vessel faucet connects me back to a lake with the sounds of water rippling over pebbles.


DXV Rem Collection
Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark


The combined DXV Rem rainhead with the Rem body sprays offers the ultimate showering spa experience....

Michele Alfano of MODmadeNY Studio
Image credit: Deborah Grosmark

Thank you DXV| American Standard! I love my new bathroom!


Please Note: No monetary compensation was given for this post. However I did receive some product. All opinions are my own, and all pictures are under copyright to MODmadeNY Studio unless otherwise noted.

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