Master Suite Spa
Late 50s baby boomers wanted their Master Suite to include all the amenities and comforts of a spa.
Problems Master Bath
2. Washer and dryer were in a cramped closet
3. Cold floors
4. Lack of storage
Solution Master Bath
1. Removed the walls surround the washer and dryer and replaced it with built-in cabinetry.
2. Added a ledge behind each vanity for extra counter space and storage, which allowed wall-mounted faucets on an exterior wall. With the ledge behind the tub, we were able to have recess niches at both ends of the tub.
3. Wainscot and shower walls used white subway tiles. Matching chair rail capped the wainscoting and formed a picture frame around the three niches. The recess niche was inset lily bulb deco tiles.
4. Dark grey floor tile over a heated floor.
5. Curbless shower entry with trench drain
6. Counter tops, ledge and shower bench seat of Carrara Marble.
7. Freestanding sculptural tub with floor-mounted tub filler faucet and person hand held shower head.
8. Custom white Crystal cabinets, including a tall dresser in the center that has an extra-large drawer. It looks like 2 drawers on exterior, but is one drawer on the interior, for the storage of hairdryer and other large personal items.
9. Grab bars were added at the tub, shower and toilet.
Solution Master Bedroom
1. New fireplace gas insert
2. 12” deep bookshelves were installed each side of the new mantle, with a continuous wood counter top across the entire wall.
3. In what was previously a recess in wall, we added a 24” deep dresser, recessing 12” and having the other 12” even with the bookshelves. Another bookshelf was added above.
4. New wood floor was added
5. Space above the mantle for a wall-hung TV.