Creating space from thin air from the homeowners viewpoint.
A luxury bath is a sanctuary from the world and often a retreat to another world.
It is very much a personal space that echos your inner most pleasures.
The Weidmann team visualizes the space, presents multiple options to achieve the homeowner’s dream and brings an infectious creative energy to the overall project. My home always had good bones, but from the time I bought it, I knew I wanted to make updates. The first area Weidmann Remodeling AfterI wanted to tackle was a seating area, off the master suite – a place where I could read a good book and admire items from my travels. This space was created by enclosing the two story foyer. A Solar Tube – a less expensive alternative to the traditional skylight – was introduced here to make sure there was always plenty of natural light streaming into the area. From this location, an elaborate hand-carved door hints at a special room beyond and beckons you to come closer. What awaits is a master suite beyond compare.
Weidmann Remodeling Moroccan Bath RemodelIn the master bedroom and bath, Weidmann rearranged the space to provide me with a more functional and luxurious retreat. The original bath was cramped and overwhelmed by closets. The new floorplan converted previously unused attic space off the bedroom into a walk-in closet; freeing up square footage in the bathroom area to create a fantastic flowing layout for my new sanctuary. Since water is a primary element in the Moroccan bath, my shower and tub are now the focal points for the room. The tile patterns integrated beautifully with the selected watery teal and blue color pallet, and tied the whole room together with the deep chocolate stained custom cabinets. For added interest at the shower, arches were created with tile; repeated in a niche on the facing bathroom wall. We had considered including a fireplace, but instead, I use the niche to display my collection of candle sticks to introduce an element of fire into the design.
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