Roomhints interviewed interior designer Jess Cooney for 4 amazing bathroom remodel ideas.
Check out her project in the Berkshires and let us know what you think of the remodel in the comments below.
Interior designer Jess Cooney remodeled this beautiful, contemporary home in the Berkshires. The modern space features fun pops of color and unique design elements, especially in the bathrooms!
This home is located in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and the clients are from Rye, New York. This is their second home. It has great views of the Berkshires from its windows, and Jess and her team completed five bathrooms, a mudroom, and their kitchen for them.
They gave each of these spaces a lovely facelift and opened up a few walls. They included custom cabinetry in the kitchen and bathrooms, Soapstone kitchen counters, Danby marble in the baths, Waterworks backsplash tile in the kitchen, and Waterworks bath fixtures.
1. Go for a unique tile
Each bathroom has a unique vibe while maintaining a cohesive, modern aesthetic. In this bathroom, the beautiful black and white tile runs through the floor and the shower. The unique tile creates visual interest, but since it is broken up by simple white tile, it doesn’t overpower the space or make it look too busy.
2. Go for a simple vanity
This bathroom pulls in the hints of blue from the previous bathroom, and features light pendants with the same aesthetic as the pendants in the kitchen. For a smaller bathroom that is possibly less frequented (such as a powder room on a main floor), opt for a more simple vanity. Although you lose out on storage, the simply vanity opens up the space and minimizes clutter.
3. Find vanities that look like furniture
This all-white bathroom is light and airy, and features a warm wood vanity similar to the one in the previous bathroom with more storage. One of the best things about this vanity is that it looks like furniture, fitting in perfectly with the rest of the home and it’s cozy aesthetic. The shower features three different bathroom backsplashes, creating visual interest without making the space look too busy the way it might have if one backsplash was used for the entire space.
4. Open up the space with a glass shower door and a partial wall
This bathroom features a warm wood vanity, this time with a darker countertop. The shower features the same design as the previous bathroom where a contrasting backsplash cuts through the middle of the shower. The partial wall with the white subway tile helps to open up the space, as well as show off the beautiful tile work!
Did you like these bathroom remodel ideas? For more information on Jess Cooney, visit www.jesscooney.com. Images by Lisa Vollmer Photography.