an owner's bathroom transformed from carpeted floors and a glass block shower to a bright, airy, soothing, and sophisticated experience. the wall-hung duravit toilet completes the look and offers a european touch. this design is as unique as it is timeless.
soffits located throughout the bathroom broke up the ceiling and closed off the space.
getting rid of the soffits and the glass block allowed us to create an elegant, open space that draws attention to details like the custom teak vanities.
the shower was dark and bleak. though large, it only had one shower head and was entirely inadequate for use.
our client didn't want to clean glass, so our design speaks to that desire. we framed the shower with walls, tiled the ceiling, created a custom bench and niche and provided two shower heads for this massive space. the zero-entry shower creates a seamless flow from bathroom to shower.
the small vanity with soffits was dated and dysfunctional.
it’s hard to recognize it as the same space. teak vanities, beautiful emerald tiled backsplash, simple gold pendants, and a heated towel rack create a one-of-a-kind bathroom experience.