Our client’s bathroom was lacking functionality with the layout of the space and didn’t work for their lifestyle. A dated tub under the window was rarely used but took up a lot of space. In the corner, a cramped and smaller shower made the space feel tight. Angles in the closet made it hard to find actual usable space for hanging and storing clothes. By squaring off the closet to create a better layout, it also allowed for the shower to open up and get bigger. Changing the vanity from a single sink to a double also made it more functional for our clients.
Instead of a dated tub that was not being used, a makeup vanity was installed under the window, allowing for natural light and a more functional space. In addition, a double sink vanity and tall linen cabinet bring more storage to the space. On the side of the vanity, we built a niche with shelving to match the vanity, providing a spot with a hidden outlet for storing toothbrushes and other items. The toilet is now separated by half walls on either side, giving it more privacy. A glass shower wall and door open up the shower, giving it more light, and letting it shine in this space. Handmade tile, beautiful wood stain, black fixtures, and mid-century modern accents make this space a beautiful bathroom our clients will enjoy for years to come.
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