"Able to stay in our home despite illness"
I broke both of my legs on New years Day! Healing well and very grateful all is going ok. Getting around better, but you must know that the bathroom design has been key in my easy life adjustment of this challenge. Shower is amazing in this instance as well. We love our Zen bathroom, and we invite you down to take photos.
- K. Barger
This couple's master bath was accessed through a large closet. The bath was comprised of two rooms and neither was set up to meet their needs. Their wish list? Open the closet to enlarge the bath creating a "spa" experience; close in a portion of the bath to create a laundry room and closet with ironing board and sink.
After arriving at a plan for their needs, we began the extensive work to renovate the space. Included was new tile flooring; complimentary tile for the shower which would be enclosed for steam; bath face and tub surround along with built in mirrors/med cabinets with electrical and lighting. A vanity area along the back wall sits underneath an added window for light. Glass block creates a half wall of privacy by the toilet. built in linen cabinetry provides lots of space for towels, linens and supplies.
The tub was originally set along the side wall in the nook with the transom window. By turning the tub to sit horizontally along the back wall, the floor space was opened up, allowing maximum walking space. A mix of black/silver and soft green with lots of glass created the spa feeling this couple so desired.