The original Master Bathroom had two separate His & Her bathrooms complete with a toilet, vanity and a tub or shower, plus two separate His & Her walk-in closets. The four individual rooms and small narrow hallway created a claustrophobic maze. The homeowner’s desired to have a more open Master Bathroom without so many doors to contend with. One major challenge was to keep the placement of all the existing windows as is.
The redesigned space is more open with a modern style which includes floating vanities and quartz counter tops. Contemporary styled faucets and the crystal cabinet hardware and wall sconces add sparkle to the room. The electric magnifying mirror is mounted to the wall and folds back out of the way. A new soaking tub replaced the old tub which had dated plumbing fixtures. A separated room for the toilet and walk-in shower has a pocket door for privacy when needed. Not shown is a large mirror that is mounted to one side of the pocket door that comes in handy when getting ready in the morning. The larger shower has a bench seat, shampoo niche and grab bars for safety. The windows remained in the same place but the glass block was replaced with clear view windows to take in the beautiful views. With a few minor tweeks, the His & Her closets remained as is, minus the doors. Now the homeowner’s can move about in their new Master Bathroom with virtually no doors to hinder them.