How a Las Vegas bathroom got a high-meets-low revamp––plus easy tricks to transform your own space
Photo by David Fenton; written by Emily Hsieh
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. “It’s important to invest in things that make up the guts and roots of your home—structural stuff like the tile, the plumbing, and the flooring,” she says. “Save on the things you can swap out more easily.” Design: Gina De Pasquale Design (ginadepasqualedesign.com or 310/210-3390).