The master suite was probably the most improved area during the full renovation of this heritage house. The bathroom was reduced to a much more functional size in better proportion to the adjacent bedroom.
The new room was re-visioned to an open and airy concept with two suspended vanities and a separate make-up counter to the side. Both of these cabinet areas were nicely surrounded by a drywall bridge defining each function. Side niches with cabinet matching shelves offer additional storage for daily products.
The mosaic hexagonal tile used at the back of the vanities created a jeweled elegance on the walls. The same marble tile was repeated as a rug pattern on the floor around the freestanding tub and also re-used on the pony wall by the window that was built to create a shelf for the tub user. The large barrier free glass enclosure easily accommodates two people with its double shower system.
The monochromatic finishes are nicely interrupted by an accent of white oak wood on the cabinetry and matching framed mirrors. This caramel tone along with the aged iron hardware of the cabinet knobs and light fixtures were an echo to other classic details throughout this new home.