As part of a whole house project this past year, I totally redesigned the master bathroom. My clients craved an open, relaxing spa-like retreat. Their original master bathroom – a confined space that was divided into three separate rooms – failed to satisfy their needs. The final design boasts an open concept floor plan that transforms the space into a large, functional retreat that is flooded with natural daylight. A custom, two sided stainless steel mirror suspended from the ceiling with flanking pendants over a large his/her vanity in the middle of the room serves as the bathroom’s centerpiece. Other highlights of the room are intricate mosaics, floor to ceiling limestone tile, a corner soaking tub, a large shower with all of the amenities, a separate dressing vanity and other areas of functional storage. All of these elements were woven together to provide the clients with a high-end spa experience that they can enjoy in the comfort of their own home.The before and after drawings show the floor plan changes: The project was featured in New England Home magazine’s September/October 2010 issue. Click here for a direct link to the article and accompanying photographs. Please read the article, and let me know what you think!
Spa Bathroom – Extreme Makeover
Posted on Jan 7, 2011Jan7
Back in the fall, I posted about a fabulous master bathroom renovation I had done – a real extreme makeover. Here’s the description of the project: