Nicole Varga, designer for Flow Home Staging, created this stylish and sleek bathroom design for a Shaughnessy townhome. The client was a single gentleman so the space needed a masculine flair while maintaining elegance and sophistication. A Quartzforms countertop in “Baroque” (a medium grey) was used in the main bathroom, paired with bright porcelain tile on both the walls and floor. The bathtub surround was treated with a cascading stone and glass accent, lining up with the soap and shampoo niche to give a point of interest. The simple geometry of the design gives it a masculine tone while the light and airy palette keeps the room vibrant and fresh. Nicole is particularly fond of how the niche turned out and the accent mosaic that was used. You don’t need a bright or busy tile to make a tone-on-tone bathroom look amazing!
The master bathroom is a real stand-out. Calling upon a vintage barber-shop feel, the stained wood cabinets with aged pewter pulls paired with simple vanity sconces are both classic and understated. The same marble was used for countertops and tile work to create a grounded, spa-like look. The stone is gorgeous in its own right without needing any accent tile or embellishments. The clean lines allow each element in the room to show its true character and the darker wood and light grey stone play off each other beautifully. Nicole’s favourite aspect of the master bathroom was the layout which required the removal of walls and a bathtub were to create a large, open space.