This large bathroom was open to the master bedroom. The client wanted to add double doors to close off the bath, as well as replace the tub that was set in a deck with a freestanding tub, and add a shower.
BEFORE: The bath open to the master bedroom and had a small peninsula that wrapped around to the vanity.
We installed double doors to close off the bathroom. By using doors with frosted glass and installing a transom, we were able to maintain the flow of natural light to the bedroom, which does not have windows.
We replaced the large jetted tub and deck with a freestanding tub placed at an angle to take advantage of the existing fireplace.
By moving the original toilet to the opposite wall, we were able to make room for a glass-enclosed shower and bench.
BEFORE. Moving the toilet to the opposite wall made room for a new glass-enclosed shower.
A knee wall (far left) separates the vanity from the toilet. The owner chose a Shaker-style vanity to update the look. The frosted glass doors and transom allow light to flow into the master bedroom.
BEFORE. The bath was open to the adjacent bedroom.
We fitted the closet with shelves for custom storage.