Dekton Bergen transforms a transitional Sacramento bathroom
Genise Plessas Designs
Sacramento, California, USA
Shower Wall | Full-Height Backsplash | Vanity Top | Shower Bench
300 sq. ft.
Architecture / Design
Genise Plessas Designs. General Contractor: Bradley Builders
4 mm, 20 mm
Contrasting tones in the wellness space of the home
Step into this bathroom In Sacramento, California, where Dekton Bergen transformed the space into a sleek and comfortable atmosphere. The new homeowners were looking to remodel their master bath and while honoring the integrity of the home and creating a clean and sleek space. They worked with Genise Plessas Designs to create this unique transitional concept that made this space as breathtaking as it is functional.
From day one, the homeowners were committed to using Dekton for its beauty, versatility, and resistance. They selected Dekton Bergen as the perfect complement for its rich warm gray tones that worked beautifully with the already established color palette throughout the home.
The space was reimagined by removing the tub and using the full length of the bathroom to create a custom vanity area, which features a Dekton Bergen countertop and backsplash. The same color was used on the shower walls and a bench inside the shower, creating a harmonious and immersive sensation.
With Dekton, the homeowner knew they would not only get something beautiful, but also something suited for their life and comfort. Due to Dekton’s resistance to chemicals, they do not have to worry about cleaning products damaging the surface. They get the look and feel of natural stone, without the upkeep.
Contemporary and traditional
This bathroom is the perfect combination between transitional and classic - finding that perfect balance between contrasting elements. Here, the traditional brown cabinetry plays perfectly with the slim profile vanity deck, and the warm veins of Dekton Bergen.
“I love so many things about this project, but especially Dekton Slim. It created such an elegant aesthetic in a simple way. It is a true example of ‘less is more’ design” - Genise Plessas Designs