We start the week with the inspiration provided by the renovation of this master bathroom. It includes some industrial details such as white subway-style tiles, large-format matte black hexagonal tiles, custom-designed shelves and a wooden dressing table with an original concrete countertop.
Interior designer Francis Dominguez, of EFE Creative Lab, is the author of the images of this before and after renovation of the main bathroom made for a loft in downtown Miami. The original bathroom was old, outdated and had a bulky bathtub and was renewed with the use of simple materials that create a harmonious contrast.
As you can see in the images, underground style tiles with dark grout and custom wood elements were added to the space. Also added a concrete countertop to the wooden dressing table to complement the industrial style throughout the loft apartment, which also has polished concrete floors and exposed concrete ceilings.
Francis also designed a custom bookcase that was built by the local manufacturer of wooden furniture Robert Cortes of Grove And Anchor. Another shelf incorporated in the shower provides a place to store soap, shampoo and conditioner and on the wall opposite the dressing table, the black hooks and the towel rail make up the space to hang towels and clothes. What do you think of the result after the change?