We are thrilled to share this stunning kitchen and bath transformation by Genoveve Serge Interior Design featuring an exquisite mix of Pental Surfaces products. Watch the video for dramatic before and after photos and read on to see what materials were used in this renovation.
Moving from dated oak cabinets in the kitchen to a chic combination of white and grey helped to expand the visual space and brighten the palette. Walls above the cabinets were opened up to reveal soaring ceilings that draw the eye upward and allow the room to fill with light.
A glossy backsplash made of our 4×16 Cascades Glass tile in Silvery Ice is installed in a stacked pattern, delivering a modern and textured spin on classic subway tile. Countertops in PentalQuartz Carrara give a warm, polished white surface with delicate undertones of grey marble.
The smooth natural stone-look of our Marvel porcelain tile in Grey Stone Matte 12×24 moves through the floor and transitions easily from the existing wood floors. Durable porcelain tiles are ideal for high-traffic areas like the kitchen and the matte finish in the Marvel line helps to conceal dust and dirt from daily activity.
Pental’s Marvel Pro porcelain tile in Cremo Delicato was used throughout the spa-like master bathroom. On the floors, Cremo Delicato in 24×24 Matte creates a sea of warm white with natural marble patterning. The shower walls use a narrower 12×12 version of the same tile with the mosaic pattern lining the shower pan. A decorative band of Island Stone Pebble in Antique Timor White adds a flash of natural texture. On the dual vanity and tub surround, the bright white of PentalQuartz in Super White Polished offers a crisp and tranquil finish.
In the guest bathroom, we see a gorgeous combination of tiles from the Pental Surfaces Bits line. The shower walls and floors are tiled in a uniform 12×24 Bits in Powder Bone Natural while the shower pan uses the 12×12 Mosaic of the same color. With a full wall of glass, the space remains open and bright with a variety of textures and glossy finishes.
See more from Genoveve Serge Interior Design on their website – www.gs-interiordesign.com
Photos by Virginia Dudasik.