i’ve done some revisions to our banyan master bath and i’m thinking it is really looking architectural. the client and i were concerned about the tall storage cabinet being too big so i decided to cut the cabinet and let the counter continue underneath. you’ll notice in option 1, the base cabinet touches the floor, and in option 2 it floats completely making much more a a horizontal statement. i also cut the wall next to the cabinet back as well.
i have a couple ideas on things to tweak further but i want to know what you think. tell me which one you like and why?
here are two options for the banyan master bath project that we are currently considering. these are “rough” 3d computer renderings and they are hot off the press. the difference between the two is the tall piece of cabinetry located to the left of the sink. in option #1 it is floating, and option #2 it goes to the floor.
i’d like to hear from you, which one do you like and why? click the “comments” button above to cast your vote!
here are a couple of “rough” computer renderings of our banyan project.
in the living room, notice the new open stair and how it helps the space feel more open. also notice the new entry way and frosted glass that will allow more light into to the room but maintain the privacy.
in the master bath, below, notice the large sink, selected by the owner and double faucets. also notice the large shower and skylight. this room will be great!
here are a couple of 3d renderings of the romaine kitchen. this is NOT a photograph, but a computer rendering. we’ve selected a caeserstone countertop and maple multiply cabinets. the kitchen doesn’t have a lot of natural light so we wanted to keep the materials light and clean feeling. enjoy!