This client had a tiny shower insert and an expansive tub surround separated by a plumbing wall. The fixtures and tile were very out of date, but the client’s top concern was that her husband felt cramped day after day while showering, and at some point, after a few leaks, they stopped using the shower altogether. At the same time, the jets in the tub also had caused problems and it had become, essentially, a soaking tub.
By stealing some of the space from the former tub location, we were able to give the homeowners a more spacious shower that fits their needs. Coupling furniture vanities with elegant, rustic mirrors make this bathroom feel more like you’re staying at a boutique hotel.
The odd angle of the original vanities left the homeowner with unusable and awkward corner cabinets that just collected junk. By replacing them with individual furniture pieces, we gave the homeowner much more functional storage and saved them money by not going the traditional custom cabinetry route.
We featured this bathroom in one of our WV Design Team articles for the Charleston Gazette-Mail. To read the full article: Regain command over your master bath