Master Bath With A Lake View

South Haven, MN

Design Problem

  1. Out of date
  2. Lack of storage
  3. Better lighting
  4. Better materials

Clients requirement

  1. Sleek, contemporary
  2. Added storage
  3. Only one sink was needed, counter was big enough for two
  4. Use aging in place principles

Problem solved

  1. Dark Bamboo wood cabinets with white Cambria countertop and wall caps on half walls of shower
  2. Open at the bottom of vanity with a floating shelf- room for baskets, towels etc…
  3. Floating shelf above the sink that incorporated puck lights
  4. 6” deep storage cabinets to the counter on both sides of the sink, perfect for bottles and makeup, including outlets inside for toothbrushes and shaver
  5. Large mirror with plenty of room for two, two wall sconces on the mirror for better lighting for applying make-up or shaving
  6. Created as large of shower the room would allow. 15” x 30” dark wall tile ran vertically, which gave a more contemporary look. A niche in shower with a deco of rock tiles floor to ceiling and a footrest was added to make shaving legs more comfortable
  7. 2 floating shelves above the toilet for display
  8. Limited wall space, so towel bar and hook were added to the glass shower door/walls
  9. Shower and toilet area had grab bars installed

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