This project, project bae, was named for it’s large bay windows, and a fun play on words because I swoon over this space and spent so much time with it while it was all in progress ;)
When my client first reached out to me for this space, the bathroom was large but inefficiently used, especially for their needs. We decided on a layout to maximize the space and give them the dream shower they had been pining for.
Those large bay windows mentioned above used to surround a garden tub that really didn’t get a lot of use. The shower was the size of a linen closet, and the cabinetry in this master bath was a small single vanity and a tall linen cabinet.
Here’s what we did to make it function better for the client’s needs:
We changed the location of the entrance to the bathroom and turned the small shower into a linen closet right outside the door.
We took out the cabinetry and made space for a large double vanity to give “yours and mine” zones, appropriate for a master suite.
We took out that massive built in tub and replaced it with an even larger shower!
For privacy, we slightly shortened the windows, frosted some of the glass and placed a small custom shower curtain in the center window for added privacy when needed.
Visually, we replaced all the tile, finishes and accessories throughout the space to complete the look!
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What do you think? Would you be thankful for a master bath like this in your home? I hope you all have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday!