An overflowing toilet, causing the tile to crack in my clients’ master bathroom and closet, was the breaking point for a remodel. The existing space was a typical 90’s era bathroom in dire need of updating. It consisted of a built-in jacuzzi tub under a glass block window trimmed in gold, next to a small, gold-framed shower and a multi-height, L-shaped vanity with impractical storage.

With a focus on maximizing storage and efficiency, I meticulously designed a long, dusty blue vanity with numerous pull outs and plugs for specific items such as their electric toothbrush chargers and hair tools, various heights of interior drawers for products, a shared trough sink and a floor-to-ceiling linen cabinet. The closet’s high ceiling allowed for a triple row of hanging, giving the clients maximum storage for their space.

In the wet area, I repositioned the tub to enlarge the shower and included multiple spa experience zones. Vibrant polished nickel fixtures with classic lines give a sensation of nostalgia and simplicity, along with a black claw foot tub that provides the perfect slope for the back and neck and maximizes comfort and relaxation. The combination of these elements resulted in a timeless and functional bathroom remodel.