In this master bathroom, there was a large tub in the corner of the room. It was taking up a lot of space in the layout and it was rarely used by our clients. The bathroom was lacking personality and style and our clients wanted to make it their own. In order to create a better layout, we removed the tub and closed off the window above the tub. This allowed for space to create a large shower and open up the flow of the room. It also created a better spot for the toilet. By reworking the layout, this bathroom functions much better for our clients and the design now reflects their style.
A large walk in shower with a glass door and glass half walls keeps the space open and bright. White subway tile, white hexagon floor tile, and a patterned tile on the bench and niche keep this shower classic, yet fun. For the vanity, a darker cabinet grounds the space and adds contrast to the white walls, doors, and trim. The mixing of finishes from the gold scone lights to the brushed nickel faucets keeps the room interesting. Wood-look tile in a herringbone layout adds interest to the floor. Where the toilet used to be is now a storage cabinet, perfect for storing linens and other bathroom items. Now, the toilet is tucked away and out of sight when entering the bathroom.