The master bathroom of this home featured:
An open doorway off the bedroom
About ⅓ of under-counter space devoted to knee space
Soffits that served no structural purpose
A door separating the bathroom into two spaces, with the toilet and stand-up shower stall in the back space
I designed and commissioned a custom sliding barn door featuring a chevron pattern, highlighting the tonal variations in the wood. The door separates the bathroom from the master bedroom.
I redesigned the layout of the bathroom, removing the divider door and the soffits. This allowed for greater flow of light into the room, a longer vanity, and more storage space.
I designed the vanity space with two sinks and devoted the full width to under-counter storage.
I designed and commissioned two custom mirrors to complement the scale of the space, as well as allow for more reflection of light.
I integrated recessed lighting into the ceiling to maintain clear visual lines.
Removing the dividing door also allowed for more space where the shower stall was previously. I incorporated a soaking tub into a shower-tub combination space. I used frameless glass doors to maintain the visual openness and light of the space.
The hall bathroom featured soffits that served no structural purpose over both the shower and vanity.
I had all soffits removed and the over-toilet cabinet removed to allow for greater light in the space.
I used the same principles of creating brighter, more visually and functionally efficient space as I did in the master bathroom. I designed and commissioned the coordinating mirror for this bathroom.