Bathroom > Myrtle
Client’s Request: Gut It and Make It Glorious – The clients wanted an extended walk-in shower, no tub. We removed the top portion of the wall by the sink for a more open feel. Removing the tub made room for this linen closet, which includes a pull-out laundry basket. Notice how the large tiles on floor are repeated on the shower walls. A pocketed door solved the problem of door swing. Two mirrors replace the one large one over the vanity, creating an updated and more elegant look. Vanity drawers have electrical outlets built in and a trash receptacle. The top of the shower seat matches the marble of the vanity top. Notice the niche for toiletries in the tiled shower wall. The pebble floor in shower adds more textural interest. The 12×24 wall tiles give the illusion of more space. The old vanity only had one sink and inefficient storage. This vanity doubles the functionality and looks beautiful.