We recently had the pleasure of working with a father/daughter team to remodel a full bath in their 1940’s seaside home where we brought together their multigenerational likes and ideas. Although the majority of the design was driven by our younger client, consideration for safety, maintenance free product selections and timeless elements were top of mind.
This project presented a small challenge – to design and build a more spacious shower despite the current size constraints. Basically, it was enclosed like a phone booth with a 26”wide outdated glass door. By removing two walls, making one a half wall and pushing the glass to the outside edge, we were able to add about 4” in two directions for a more spacious shower experience.
The custom frameless glass shower enclosure allowed for not only more natural light from the adjacent window but also to showcase a small but nice feature. The attractive grey, marble-look larger format shower tile and pretty grey marble octagon shower floor tile. The shower cubby with wave pattern was just the right size for soap and shampoo. The corner toilet was a smart choice for better flow in and out of the space.