Whenever possible, we like to include double vanities in the master ensuite for couples, giving each their own defined space without getting cluttered. The warm antiqued finish on the cabinetry was achieved by using a taupe wash with charcoal glaze technique. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Freestanding bathtubs have strongly re-emerged into the design world, with more contemporary lines such as the tall tub in this ensuite. Designed by Susan Orfald.
The master ensuite's spacious shower includes a textured tile detail & built-in bench for added comfort, doubling as a toiletry shelf. Out in the distance stands a tall linen cabinet fit into the wall to the right. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Working with existing elements, such as floor to ceiling wall tile, can sometimes be a challenge. But it is a challenge we gladly accept upon the client's request, resulting in homeowners who are happy to have a revitalized space without taking on a full remodel. Designed by Laura Bielmann-Abram.
Accompanying the next vanity, even the home's powder room features a glistening custom shower. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Designed in a furniture style, this powder room vanity has a minor breakfront detail, accentuated by the end pilasters with applied mouldings. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Subdued details in the millwork create enough visual intrigue, while still allowing other elements of design shine. Designed by Susan Orfald.
One way to create congruency in a home without monotony, is by using the same door style in different rooms while varying the finishes. Here we selected an inset panel door style, using the adjacent staircase's finish as inspiration for the light maple stain. Designed by Laura Bielmann-Abram.
This raised panel guest bath vanity welcomes its visitors with features to make them feel at home. The oval mirror swivels on the framing columns & adjoining crown moulding, with sconces built in to provide ideal lighting. Designed by Susan Orfald.
This powder room vanity was designed in a Frameless Inset Panel style with a bowed sink front, as followed through in the granite top. An arched, lit niche with glass shelves & a mirrored back was built in to the adjacent divider wall separating the vanity from the toilet on the other side. Designed by Susan Orfald.
To reflect the shape of the vanity, this freestanding piece also has a bowed front. The mid-tone granite picks up on the white of the cabinetry & baseboards, while transitioning into the darker, contrasting colour of the walls. Designed by Susan Orfald.
This antiqued powder room vanity was finished in black worn through to highlight stained accents, matching the mirror above & home administration area. Designed by Susan Orfald.