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A Master Bath With a Side of Sparkle

Problem:

An outdated master bathroom that did not function well and did not match the client's personality and tastes.

Wishlist: 

Separate wet area with his and her showers and tub, more light, custom vanity to fit specific storage needs, storage for towels, and a place for hanging jewelry. Wood to match other areas of the house, darker tile with sparkle accents.

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My solution:

After studying the space and getting a feel for my client's design preferences, I redesigned it to include two built-in showers with benches on each end.  By placing the cubbies/shelves in the middle, I was able to emphasize the two different areas yet, tie in the room with the accent tile detail running between.

 

I replaced and added windows and adjusted heights to deal with privacy needs. I went with a freestanding tub in front of the windows to differentiate the space since it was located in the shower zone.

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My solution:

The custom cabinetry was designed to meet the needs of my clients, with particular attention paid to ease of use and storage, as well as matching existing wood finishes used throughout the house. I was able to meld my client's differing tastes (natural low luster vs. sparkle iridescent) into a striking complementary look by pairing a natural tile for the shower and floor and accenting it with a mosaic tile that had bits of sparkle and iridescent pops, along with a quartz countertop that glistened.  

 

Additional cabinetry was designed for storage, including a place for jewelry.

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