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The Exodus Edit: February 2024


An interview with our Co-Founder, Garrett Erath



Suwanee Project

This Suwanee project primary bath was ready for a much-needed facelift. The vision was to refresh the room and create a crisp, spa-like feel.  Maintaining the existing overall layout allowed the budget to stretch for upgraded fittings and fixtures. The freestanding tub by Kohler brought a striking contrast and became the showstopper of this beautiful bathroom!


The fresh space also features new cabinetry, lighting, mirrors, and tile. A penny tile graces both the shower floor and two accent bands running horizontally across the shower walls, bringing functionality and beauty. The shower niche features two alcoves separated by a shelf to allow for increased storage.  Additionally, a custom shaving ledge was added below as a special request from the homeowner. The new vanity cabinet spans the full length of the wall, maximizing storage and allowing a previously exposed waste bin to be tucked out of sight. Three brass sconces hang like jewelry flanking decorative mirrors at the vanity, mixing metals and bringing warmth to the room.



Katelyn Saslo

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