Monday, October 20, 2014

Castle Pines Bath Remodels

These bathrooms were an adventure! c2Design was contacted because the homeowners were tired of the dated, cold bathroom and wanted a change. After gutting the whole space except for the tub in the master bath, we changed everything from inside the walls to under the floors. 

The homeowners expressed that in the winter especially, the space was so cold getting out of the shower. After opening up the walls and finding very little insulation, we filled those walls up with new insulation so that the heat could stay in the area. As an added bonus before we laid the ceramic 18x18" floor tile, we put down a in floor heating system for additional comfort.  This made all the difference in the world. Those additions along with a neutral color palette and some plumbing relocations, we were able to open up the space and make it feel warm and fresh. With the selection of a rich jewel tone color palette with variety of tile shapes, colors, and textures we turned this carpeted bathroom in a true master retreat.

After- We love the combination of all of the different tile sizes and textures that help to cease depth in the is gorgeous space.
After- We designed this 3 tiered custom vanity with granite top. The height variation break ups the long vanity area and give the opportunity for additional storage.
After- moving the shower plumbing we were able to open up the space, enlarge the shower by several inches, and make the space look seamless. 
After- The custom seamless glass shower enclosure helps to keep the space open and showcase the beautiful tile selections.
After-Detail of the slate and glass mosaic accent band
After - Another great view of the custom vanity and gorgeous bronzed lighting fixtures from Lamps Plus.
The guest bath needed a facelift as well so we chose a ceramic "wood look" plank flooring complimented by a decorative mosaic tile band to give this space a fresh new look. We especially love the granite top vanity with coordinating mirrors from Home Depot. The granite complimented by the great brushed nickel finish of the hardware and lighting fixture make for a chic, causal guest bath.



Sunday, October 12, 2014

Custom Furniture Living Room

We just love when friends and family enlist c2Design to help them in their own homes. That was the case of a friend and her husband who were building their dream home in Wash Park. They were significantly increasing the square footage in which they were once living so needed some new furniture. Along with all of the AMAZING finishes that they had picked out themselves, they thought that their living room required extra attention and custom furniture...because that is where they would spend the majority of their time.

With that being said, we hit the town in search of the perfect pieces for the space. We wanted to create a really cozy environment that could allow for a lot of people to sit and chat around the gorgeously sleek fire place, as well as a comfy place for them  and their ADORABLE little girl could watch a movie. We figured a large sectional would give them the versatility needed to accomplish this requirements. By putting it in this great textural charcoal gray fabric not only does it give it a   sophisticated look, but it has a durability factor which was key with a toddler running around. 

That sectional paired with 2 light gray, contemporary armless chairs around a peacock colored tufted ottoman make for the perfect seating and relaxing area. Another fun element that my client found through a community website are these amazing side table/benches. She had them painted a wonderful light blue to coordinate with embroidered chevron pillows on the sofa. These are perfect for extra seating, or double as an end table for drinks. We LOVE all of the duel purpose elements in this functional, comfortable, stylish and cozy living room. 

LOVE this space...what do you think?

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Country Laundry Room

A past client of c2Design called and said her laundry room was driving her crazy and needed a refresh! Her home has a very cozy aesthetic with touches of country so we wanted to maintain that aesthetic with shades of red and blue. With that we took measurements, put together a plan and started selecting finished. 

She really wanted more/efficient storage, new flooring and accent wall. After finding this bold striped wall paper we fell in love with it and build the rest of the space around it. Also, incorporating the slatted cabinet fronts gave it more of a country chic look along with this fabulous flooring. This flooring is a ceramic tile that looks like rustic reclaimed wood flooring... perfect for wet spaces because you get the look of wood without having to worry about moisture and warping. We also loved how it pulled the great gray/blue and taupe tones out of the wallpaper and really pulled the whole space together.

3D Rendering of Design Proposal

Just like most of us, she had a lot of cleaning products, tools and miscellaneous items that needed to find a permanent home.





We love this flooring!! 

What do you think?