Magazine article Sunset

Bathing Beauty

Magazine article Sunset

Bathing Beauty

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How a Las Vegas bathroom got a fresh new look-think high meets low. Plus easy tricks to transform your own space BY EMILY HSIEH

To avoid adding more overhead lights, and having to drill into the original redwood, Gina chose Robern cabinets with ultra-bright fluorescents ($2,707; robem.com).

Don't overlook remnants when shopping for a countertop. This quartz CaesarStone came from a leftover slab sourced on the cheap.

Wanting a whimsical accent to balance out the clean lines of the space, Gina went online to find this piky, dandelion spired pendant light 150; lamtisplus.com).

The first thing you see as you enter the room these Heath tiles ($77 per square foot; heath ceramics.com) made up, accordingly, a hefty chunk of the budget.

THE MASTER bathroom of this sprawling midcentury house in Las Vegas had elegant bones, but decades of wear and tear and drab renovations had taken their toll. In an effort to modernize the space while paying homage to its original architecture, designer Gina De Pasquale embarked on a dramatic overhaul, fleshing out the room with a deft mix of color, materials, and a carefully chosen array of high- and low-priced fixtures and accessories. …

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