Recently I completed a new master bathroom for a favorite client. The task was to take a modest bathroom and turn it into a serene, spa-like retreat.
The challenge was that the footprint of the room was not spacious enough for the change. It had a separate toilet/shower area, which was crammed at one end of the room. The vanity, although double, was small in scale because of an oddly angled tub.
The solution was to remove the wall separating the toilet area from the main bath and incorporating a pocket door. This design would allow for a long 90-inch run of extravagant cabinetry and also for a bathtub that was flush against the wall. This configuration also permitted the toilet to be separated by a half wall which, in turn, allowed for a spacious 5’ X 5’ custom shower.
The finish elements were vaticano Calcutta marble for the surfaces and Brazilian porcelain for the walls and floor. The accessory pieces were custom mirrors with distinctive filigree, Hansgrohe polished nickel hardware and the end result is a fabulous custom master bathroom that the clients had always desired.
It is always a pleasure to work with great clients, with style and a realistic budget.