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All the Textures Primary Suite Reveal

Today we are revealing the final portion of our All the Textures Project- the Primary Suite! It is a beautiful, relaxing, retreat-like room with intentional design & special touches throughout. We always love when we not only get to finish a large-scale renovation, but when we get to furnish the home as well. This was one of our projects where we were able to complete both. Scroll through to see this final results, from the hard finishes, all the way down to furniture + accessories.

You would have to see how this home started off to believe it is the same place! We re-shaped the primary bedroom by removing two large columns and one of the ceiling drop downs. This allowed the room to have a more open, lighter feel. Of course paint was required! We went with Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore for the walls, ceiling & trim. The old carpet was struggling, (to say the least,) so we changed it out with a simple low-pile, minimal print option.

After hardwiring the sconces, & replacing the fan, all that was left was the furniture & accessories. This space called for a bed that would make a big impact- a large canopy bed. It helped to create the calming, luxury retreat-like aesthetic.

For the color palette we kept it simple with blues, creams, whites, & grays. Then we brought in our accessories with all those different textures we love so much- rattan, mixed metals, stone, wood, etc.

Now onto the primary's gorgeous and so calming. This room was a full gut with significant changes to the layout.

When it comes to starting a bathroom renovation, one of the first steps is selecting the slab. We chose a beautiful dolomite slab with perfectly imperfect veining throughout. We also chose to make the countertop thicker than standard depth- it's all in the details! For the tile selections we went with marble chevron on the floors & shower floors, and matte dolomite tiles for the shower. It all came together so well!

We chose to place the powder vanity in it's own location and keep the double vanities together, which was a change from the original layout. The vanity paint color is called Harbor Gray by Benjamin Moore- it is a lovely gray color with just a hint of green. Mixing metals is one of those touches we love to incorporate in bathrooms! For this room, we opted for matte black & brass for a sleek, modern vibe.

Lastly, we installed all the accessories once again to complete the room. We are thrilled with the way everything turned out!

We hope you have enjoyed the full reveal of our All the Textures Project! It was a labor of love to be sure! To see more of this project, click here.


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