The owners of this 1985 row house on Capitol Hill wanted to reconfigure an oversized bathroom on their second level. It had been badly converted from what had been a bedroom. The one large room included a washer and dryer. The owners wanted to split the large room into two bathrooms – one master bath and one guest bath. Landis designed the layout/plumbing/electrical, and Wharf Properties selected all the materials for both bathrooms to create the ultra contemporary look the clients wanted.
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We split one large bathroom into two. This is the master bath which has a double vanity, lighted niche, and shower.
The second bathroom is for guests and includes a tub, and single vanity.
BEFORE: The large bathroom had been converted from a bedroom and included a shower, washer/dryer, clawfoot tub and 8-foot double sink vanity.
A storage niche runs above the entire length of the vanity and extends over the toilet. It’s fitted with LED lights. The wall of Robern medicine cabinets have integral lights. The color palette is a neutral gray and white.
Close-up view of the lighted niche. and integral vanity sink. The faucet is by Grohe.
The shower also has a lighted storage niche.
The guest bath has similar white vanity and floor, but the walls are a darker gray. The Marvin brand window over the tub is frosted for privacy. The same Robern medicine cabinet with integral lighting is also used in this bath.
BEFORE. We closed off this door and created two doors off the side hall. A new closet with a washer/dryer sits between the two bathrooms.
BEFORE. This is the original window that is located above the new tub in the guest bath. We moved the stacked washer/dryer into a closet located between the two bathrooms.
The Marvin brand window over the tub is frosted for privacy.