This large upscale home had plenty of amenities, but the master bathroom was definitely NOT one of them. The space was adequate, but the layout was awkward and cramped. A dated “too big” corner tub dominated the corner windows and split the bathroom in half. A “too small” shower stall was squeezed in next to the toilet, and an giant closet encroached on the entrance.
By visualizing the room as an empty space, we were able to put things where they belonged. This required moving plumbing and electrical, but the result is spectacular. A large “wet room” houses an oversized soaking tub plus a roomy shower. The two sinks now share a gracious vanity ending with a large linen cabinet that opens up the entrance. The toilet is tucked in under the window, behind a privacy wall. Now this is a master bathroom fit for a magazine.