In the first part of Naqsh Architecture's "5 Bathrooms, One Week" renovation challenge, you had a glimpse of the finished master bathroom. In the second part of the tour, I'll show you the new powder room, first floor bathroom and two ensuites.
The remaining four bathrooms continue the theme of muted colors and pared-back design, but with tone-on-tone greige tiling, greige marble counters, and oak cabinetry to create a sense of calm. The focus remains on the craftsmanship while the details of the design such as the use of matte black fixtures versus chrome fixtures thoughtfully reflects the needs of the users in each space.
Project: 5 Bathroom Renovation
Location: Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Renovation, interior design: Naqsh Architecture
Accessories, styling: Emaan Home
Photography: Natelee Cocks
An earthy palette graces the remaining four bathrooms, with tone-on-tone greige wall tiles, greige floor tiles and greige marble counters to create a sense of calm.
All the ensuites benefit from natural light thanks to large windows.
Bold matte black fixtures give this first-floor ensuite a grown-up feel, perfect for a growing teen.
The common bathroom on the first floor provides additional use to all the members of the family. A shower stall frees up premium floor space while the window bathes the room with natural light.
The powder room on the main floor has an unusually long and narrow profile as it is located under the stairs. Naqsh Architecture installed an even narrower vanity with open shelves to free up space, and used a regular sized-sink and wall-to-wall mirror to enhance the sense of space. Matte black fixtures modernize the minimalist design.
This Concrete Planter from Emaan Home acts as a heavy-duty hand towel caddy while the matching vase livens the space with Florette blooms.
An off-center sink provides ample counter-space for accessories while deep drawers and a mirror cabinet conceal the daily essentials.
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