Bathroom Renovations by Interior Designer Kevin Gray
Personal Retreat. Urban Zen. Serene Spa.
Bathrooms are the most personal room in your home – and often the smallest. The bathroom is the room where form meets function, and typically where you begin your day and end your day. The need for practicality doesn’t mean a bathroom can’t have major design impact. Small but critical design decisions deliver both style and efficiency in the bathroom.
These aspirational bathroom #BeforeAndAfter makeovers by interior designer Kevin Gray and the Kevin Gray Design team feature both big makeovers and small design trends to meet your #bathroomgoals!
Bay Harbor Island
Kevin Gray Design did a gut renovation to this home overlooking Biscayne Bay and La Gorce Island, including a new spa bathroom that utilizes eco-friendly recycled porcelain materials emulating Calcutta marble, LED lighting, a spa bathtub with a 24″ rain shower, and separate toilet and bidet. KGD added a glass wall to provide privacy for the tub and sinks (see featured image above).
Tribeca Loft Staged for Sale
This Tribeca loft with historic and stunning views of lower Manhattan had been on the market for over a year. Kevin Gray Design was then asked to come and stage/style to enhance the views and beauty of this spectacular loft, and it sold in less than a week at FULL ASKING price of $6 million!
“Next to kitchens, bathrooms are the number two selling point in most homes.”
Kevin Gray styled the bathroom in this Tribeca loft.
Designer’s Own Palm Bay Condo in Miami Beach
When it came time to remodel the bathroom in his own home, interior designer Kevin Gray provided spy-worthy drama by designing glass partitions that open the master bedroom and bath – with floating tub – to city and water views. Kevin can watch the sunrise over Biscayne Bay from his tub!
Views from interior designer Kevin Gray’s master bedroom.
Art in the bathroom? Why Not!
Statement art is a major trend in bathroom design, and Kevin Gray Design is known for adding sophistication to his clients’ bathrooms. Not only does art add style and personality to the bathroom, but these three bathrooms by interior designer Kevin Gray demonstrate that art also provides an easy opportunity to switch-up your bathroom style simply by switching out your artwork to a piece in different colors and moods.
Kevin Gray is known for transforming interiors for discerning clients in Miami, New York, and Europe. His interiors showcase signature designs that are understated yet sophisticated, straightforward, elegant and functional. Clean lines and simple but well-crafted furnishings, with an attention to texture and the highest quality materials are Kevin Gray Design staples. Clients say that the key to Kevin’s success is his collaboration with the best architects, craftsmen, and builders. and, while beautiful rooms are Kevin’s first consideration, client service, project management, and attention to detail are of the utmost importance.