This small ensuite bath was converted from a basic bath to a master spa.
Necessity is always the mother of invention beginning with the build-out to accommodate the toilet tank and shower plumbing due to their placement on an exterior wall. This build-out then facilitated the niche in the shower stall and aligned at the top with the generous storage wall.
The existing window was constructed to withstand shower water and vapors. Bottom section is glass block for privacy and above is an awning window for ventilation.
The vanity is suspended allowing the eye to ‘see’ more of the floor and helping to make the room feel larger. Also helping to make the room seem larger is the continuous marble border that extends from the shower seat around the room. Look closer and you can see the attention to detail this trim required.
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“I have worked with Design First Interior a number of times and have been thrilled with the results each time. Our kitchen was designed and installed in 2002 and still looks terrific. I still love cooking and baking in this wonderful space. The design is not only beautiful but so practical and efficient. Design First understood my needs and was able to incorporate them into the plan. In addition to the kitchen Design First designed two bathrooms and a powder room, bedroom storage and helped with the overall remodelling of our home. The design work is exceptional and of excellent quality with very detailed plans. I highly recommend Design First. The staff is very pleasant, available and supportive.”