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Setting The Stage

BY Nora Burba Trulsson | November 19, 2018 | Feature Features National

Esther Boivin uses dramatic touches to transform a dark, chopped-up bathroom into an applauseworthy setting.
Esther Boivin's renovation of a bathroom included a wet area with two showers and a tub framed by blue onyx and glass tile.

In the process of renovating a North Scottsdale home, interior designer Esther Boivin also updated the master bathroom, which was compartmentalized and lacked light. Boivin suggested a sleek look, teaming with La Casa Builders for the renovation. She underscored an existing corner window with a floating vanity, pairing grayed oak cabinetry with marble and crackled glass countertops. Adding a new frosted glass door and sliders gave the bathroom more light—an element Boivin enhanced with the herringbone-patterned floor, a mix of honed and polished marble tiles that pick up reflected light to create a subtle pattern.

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