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Master bath at front of line for remodelers

Posted: 12:05 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, 2014   

BY H.M. CAULEY - FOR THE AJC

Oversized vanity mirrors are giving way to smaller, more decorative ones that leave room for wall sconces on either side. Cabinetry is going dark, into the chocolates and deep grays, to create what Victoria D’Amico of JD Kitchens Baths and More calls a “Zen style.”

“Think Zen co-mingled with the spa look of clean lines, two color palettes, marbles or travertines, very sharp lines and square edges,” she said. “It works well with marble, and it’s great to see that making a comeback.”

The Marietta-based remodeler is putting in marble countertops to match floor tiles, bigger lighting fixtures, square sinks and chrome faucets.

“I’d say for every three [faucets] I do in satin nickle, one is in chrome,” D’Amico said. “It sets a tone and gives a very contemporary feel.”

D’Amico is also seeing more homeowners willing to spend what it takes to create an upscale bath.

“An average master bath for us is in the high $20,000s,” she said. “We’re even finishing one right now that’s on the high side of $40,000, with very dark cherry cabinets, white tiles, marble countertops and a free-standing tub. We also find that, as people age, they want things that look cleaner and are bright and uplifting, and the master bath is often where they want it first.”