We recently picked out tile for the Master Bathroom shower and jacuzzi tub, so we brought along a sample when we met with the foreman to see the cabinets and counter tops that the builder had shipped up from the lower 48. Here’s the quartz that they picked out. It’s a little darker than I’d hoped, but it works well with all the other colors so I think it will turn out fine. And it’s better than the white quartz they used in another model! I couldn’t imagine trying to keep that clean with my hubby’s cooking habits!
Here’s a sneak peek of the cabinet color and shaker style.
Here’s the combo of the flooring, cabinets and counter tops.
The bathrooms will have the same counter tops and cabinets, so we chose a neutral ‘spa’ style tile and accent for the Master Bathroom.
To save the budget, the hall bath has this single piece shower/tub instead of a tile surround – san’s shower doors.
Our sinks will all be under-mounted squares like this one, except the cut out won’t be rounded in the front as much as this one is.
While we were there we also confirmed that our front porch columns and fireplace will have this stone, which should also coordinate well.
As you can tell, our colors are ‘earthy’ yet neutral. I plan to add pops of color with accessories that can be easily changed out when the mood strikes. We plan to have oil rubbed bronze fixtures on all the sinks and showers to continue the craftsman and spa style. It’s hard to envision what it will all look like together and I think I’ll silently stress about it until I see the finished product. But it’s all part of the process and I’m sure it will turn out just fine.