This bathroom had way too many walls, too many doors, and a very poor use of space. Although large, the shower was claustrophobic due to having too many walls and not enough glass. In addition, the toilet was tucked into it’s own tiny room, also feeling claustrophobic. While the closet was large, some odd angles limited the usefulness of the space.
Our design team came up with some different ideas for using the space, and the clients ultimately decided on a great open plan. Although the new bathroom is actually less square feet than before, it feels much more open. The shower is enclosed with glass instead of walls. A new tub was added. A large double vanity and a linen cabinet round out the bathroom area. In addition, a custom closet system makes the best use of space in the closet area.
Our design team helped our clients select finishes that are both durable and beautiful. The custom cabinets feature soft close drawers. Cambria quartz countertops look great and are easy to keep clean. The porcelain floor tile looks just like natural stone. In the shower, the back panel is Cambria to match the vanity top and provide some “wow” factor, while the sides are white Corian to keep the cost within budget. The tub is surrounded by a wavy white tile that is simply beautiful.
Leah Johnson – Floor plan/layout
Carly Hand – Cabinets
Jennifer Leslie – Fixtures and Finishes