When Canadian HGTV and Property Brothers’ designer, Jaclyn Harper, wanted to collaborate with us on her contemporary master bath renovation, we couldn’t wait to see what her design plans were. We got even more excited when she told us that she wanted to use one of our designs as the feature wall. Ultimately, she ended up choosing our modern and timeless in-stock tile, the Avery Grande. The Avery comes in many different options so she went with the larger scale, Avery Grande, in the bold Charcoal colorway on 12×12 carrara.
Jaclyn Harper has worked as a stylist on popular design shows like Property Brothers and has also been featured in House and Home mag. She owns her own interior design firm in Ontario, Canada called Jaclyn Harper Designs
Check out the before and after of her contemporary master bath renovation!
Before and After
From Jaclyn’s Blog: “First off, I fell in love with these tiles from StoneImpressions. They were a quick ship option, I LOVED the pattern and they were unlike anything I had seen before. I started playing with the idea of using the Avery tile as a feature wall and didn’t look back.”
Final Master Bath Renovation Reveal
She continues in her blog, “I reached out to Stone Impressions and was over the moon when they wanted to collaborate on our project. They shipped us the hand selected Carrara Marble tiles all the way from San Diego. When I opened up the package I seriously couldn’t believe my eyes. The pattern on each individual tile looked so hand crafted and luxurious. I swear, we’re going to miss them in our new home.”
Because the Avery Pattern is so bold and eye-catching, Jaclyn kept the cabinetry and surrounding colors neutral and sleek. The Charcoal color compliments the white marble counter tops and beige vanity, and really modernizes the room.
As you can see in the “before” picture, there was a little wall that separated the toilet. Jaclyn wanted to tear that wall up to open up the space and was unsure if she should use the patterned tile all the way to the edge of the wall. Ultimately she ended up extending the Avery pattern so that it covered the whole wall and we are so happy she did!
For more info on the faucets, hardware, cabinetry, and inspiration behind her contemporary master bath plans, head to Jaclyn’s blog HERE