The original master bathroom was extraordinarily awkward and broken up into several tiny spaces. The lighting was inadequate, and the room felt a bit cavernous. Our client, Deidre, planned on getting rid of an old leaking bathtub. She also wanted to update the room with some modern features. So, our design team worked to maximize the footprint of the room while creating a highly functional and beautiful master bathroom.
First, we demolished a wall that was impeding flow. Then, we removed the old leaking tub. We removed the soffits so that we could raise the ceilings to the same height across the room. Lastly, we replaced the water closet entry with a pocket door. Consequentially, our design opened up the room creating a more expansive feel.
After removing a wall and the original bathtub, we built a large and luxurious walk-in shower. The renovation spotlights cool features such as niche lighting and stunning frameless glass doors. The custom built-in teak hardwood shower bench provides both functionality and beauty. We achieved a spa-like, zen atmosphere with a color theme highlighted by cool greys, muted blues contrasted by the natural teak shower bench.
We replaced the existing cabinetry with custom-built light-wood-finished shaker cabinets. Features abound with lighted mirror medicine cabinets along with his-and-hers personalized sinks. We upgraded the vanity storage by adding two drawer bases, a vanity pull-out organizer, and a pull-out trash can. These popular and accommodating features help remove unwanted clutter. Finally, we also added a built-in linen cabinet right outside of the shower for convenience.
We designed and built a fabulous master bathroom updated with modern accessories, transformed the layout of the room, and created a peaceful, spa-like atmosphere. Most importantly, our hard-working client now has the dream master bathroom that they deserve.
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