This highrise apartment had been designed and beautifully appointed back in the early 90’s but was desperate for an update. This Master Bath had an awkward angled shower with an enclosed toilet room that made it feel small and cramped.

By eliminating the toilet room and squaring off the shower for a larger footprint, we gained physical space. The sleek modern design was enhanced by using a single large format tile type throughout. The Duravit soaking tub has a “reading shelf” built into the side of the plinth facing the toilet - necessary, yet hidden. The tub was designed to be a feature as you walk into the room – allowing the homeowner to feature a favorite piece of art.

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jrikeda added this to Bathroom24 Sep 2018

Counter under framed picture is narrower and different style (waterfall counter) from sink counter. Possible idea for makeup counter?

Miho Manabe added this to mihoimanabe's Ideas15 Mar 2018

Master Bathroom sink & backsplash

slramsey added this to MASTER BATH18 Apr 2017

Hate the colors but like the cabinetry design

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