The Beauty of Bathrooms

Our bathroom is the first place to greet us in the morning and the last to bid us goodnight. It is the room with the mirror that has witnessed our celebratory dances, our tears, our motivational morning speeches. Maybe yours has notes stuck to the mirror, reminding you that, “You’ve got this!” or beholds the memories of getting ready for your first day at your dream job. Bathrooms don’t have to be boring. A bathroom can be personal, empowering, and an essential ingredient of self-care. At Coats Homes, we design spaces to be just that, and bathrooms are no exception. So, go ahead and pamper yourself by capturing how you want to feel each morning through spaces like these!

Glamour 

This deep soaking tub sits against the backdrop of an accent tile wall, turning a boring bath into a glamorous getaway. A spacious shower provides a relaxing retreat during the busy morning hours, especially when it’s the size of a room! These elements work together with brass finishes to offer the feeling of a spa day every day, without ever leaving your home!

{Architecture: David Stocker | Interiors: Collins Interiors | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

{Architecture: David Stocker | Interiors: Collins Interiors | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

Serenity

Escape to nature with natural light and beautiful landscaping. Floor to ceiling windows invite the outdoors in, releasing a sense of calm and tranquility. No windows? No problem! A wood accent wall and earth toned tile can make a space feel like it’s a part of the great outdoors. 

{Architecture: Dwayne Brinkley | Interiors: Maddie Hughes | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Costa Christ}

{Architecture: Wilson Fuqua | Interiors: Theresa Rowe | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

Vibrancy

Texas weather may always be uncertain, but the mood in your bathroom doesn’t have to be. Rain or shine, adding a vibrant pop of color will start every day with a drop of sunshine. Try incorporating a bold wallpaper into an otherwise simple space.

{Architecture: Wilson Fuqua | Interiors: Jenkins Interiors | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Costa Christ}

{Architecture: David Stocker | Interiors: Collins Interiors | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

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