KITCHEN/BATH PROJECTS by Architectural Style
Philippine Mahogany and clean, organic design bring style and sophistication to a primary bath.
Left: Natural limestone used on home exterior brings nature indoors for this window planter detail. Right: Artfully hidden storage; limestone, copper-lined planter; stunning view of Lake Michigan.
Built-in storage galore disguised in a luxury spa behind Philippine Mahogany shoji doors.
Left: Nature nurtures the soul in this natural limestone and tumbled marble shower niche. Right: Shoji door paneled with banana paper re-purposed from client’s collection of artisan papers.
Left: African artwork framed in copper adds uniquely personal touches to your bathroom vanity. Right: Create a spa retreat in your primary bathroom with collected artwork and natural materials.
Open vanity shelf incorporates homeowner’s African tile collection.
Modern style primary bathroom remodel in Sheboygan WI: In this bathroom remodel, Timber Innovations seamlessly integrated earthy, natural materials with artisan papers and African tiles gathered by the homeowner during their worldwide travels.
"Timber Innovations seamlessly integrated natural materials with artisan papers and African tiles into the design of our renovated primary bathroom."
Primary bathroom remodel; Sheboygan, Wisconsin: The design elements in this contemporary bathroom remodel are influenced by the home’s architect, Russell Barr Williamson (protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright), and the homeowner’s art collection. From Williamson, the earthy, natural limestone walls and planter, the copper lining inside the planter and the frames around the vanity mirrors. African tiles in the vanity and artisan banana paper in the shoji doors were gathered by the homeowner during their travels.
This bathroom remodel was part of the Asian-influence Primary Bedroom project as well as the Contemporary-style Guest Bedroom remodel. The Philippine Mahogany with its unique cabinetry detailing and the banana paper in the shoji doors are consistent design elements found in both the bathroom and the primary bedroom.