Shady Hill

Project Description

SHADY HILL

Objective

Obelisk Home’s direction from the client was don’t move any walls, doors, windows or plumbing, but make our master suite look new modern yet consistent with our love of antiques and collections.  This was the task given to the Obelisk Home team.

We designed a new bathroom layout reusing their drop-in tub, classic fixtures and cabinetry and still changed the overall feel and function of the space. We added new tile, new shower shape, with a closed function, yet open feel, repositioned the tub and made it an under-mount, new cabinet hardware, re-built the tower in the center, added lighting, mirrors, wallpaper, granite and most important a heated floor.  New bedding, lighting, window coverings, art, and accessories used with clients collected art and accessories completed the look.

Obelisk Home created our dream Master Bath and Bedroom. My husband loves historic hotels, so when we thought about remodeling the feel and function we wanted was that of an elegant, romantic hotel from the early 20th century. Nathan Taylor and his team did a wonderful job of translating our dreams into a reality. He was able to redesign the layout of our existing bath to make it more functional. It now feels and looks larger than before. The Obelisk team utilized our existing cabinet base and repurposed the upper cabinet into a beautiful focal point in the room. From the heated tile floor and towel rack to the beautiful sconces and hardware, every detail was well thought out. The construction was well executed by Morgan Kline the project manager for Alltimate Home Improvements. Morgan was easy to work with and was in constant communication with the design team at Obelisk Home. We love our bedroom too, it is so warm and inviting. The custom made bedding and window treatments are beautiful. The tailoring is beautiful, which I really appreciate since I have always made my own draperies in the past. Nathan and his design team incorporated many of our personal items and pieces from my husband’s collection of hotel memorabilia.

HomeownerShady Hill House