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brennon lane

Repeat clients engaged our team to renovate their outdated bathrooms and make the most of a small nursery and empty entry wall in this 1940’s bungalow. The primary bath received a full overhaul with a new walk-in shower and custom white oak vanity. Patterned terracotta tile, woven leather mirrors, and a plaster sconce lend texture to the serene, light-filled space. We transformed the original kids’ bath with zellige tile in a basketweave pattern, a navy vanity, and cheeky art that will feel fresh for years to come. With its dormer window and sloped ceilings, the nursery was a definite design challenge. An accent wall draws you in, and provides much needed depth, to the small space. Olive, blush, and neutral tones lend warmth and coziness to a room that will grow with the baby. For an inviting and informal take on a more traditional look, we designed a huge custom gallery wall for the main stairway that expertly mixes wood tones, art, and cherished family photos.

photography by Amanda Archibald

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