Space Saving Touches
This is a great example of one of our smaller jobs, but delivered just as skillfully as our larger projects. Working within the existing footprint of this main bathroom, which was already small, it was time to get creative. The client wanted the focal point to be the vanity, not the bathtub that had been there previously. The new design lent itself to reversing the floor plan, including building a wall-to-wall cabinet unit featuring a tower on each side to frame the mirror and optimize storage areas and the visual space. The all glass shower without a separate wall gives the feeling of no boundaries and the toilet remained in the same space, reducing the need for extended plumbing changes. With extra care to lighting accents, the client now has a beautiful new bathroom that feels as open as possible within a limited space.