This 1940s master bedroom and bathroom was due for a major facelift! With little space to work with, we were able to remove the dressing table; reconfigure the bedroom entry and the hers, his, and linen closets to make room for a double sink vanity; a private water closet; a roomy shower with a bench, rain bonnet and sliding shower head; and a beautiful soaking tub. The floors, slab tub surround and slab counter tops are Calacatta Gold marble. The shower walls are tiled with porcelain subways. All plumbing fixtures are gorgeous Dornbracht.
AFTER: Master Bathroom
BEFORE: Master Bedroom
MID-CONSTRUCTION: The closet door was relocated and the bedroom entry door was pushed into the hall, so that the closet could be accessed on the side wall to the right and a storage cabinet could be put in its place.
A Nearly Completed TV and Wardrobe Cabinet Designed to Organize and Maximize Storage in a Relatively Small Space
The Original 40s Vanity
Sink Wall Mid-construction
Close-up of Counter Top, sink and Faucet
Bathroom Plan Taking Shape
Stone and Tile Installation Before Grout
The closet, to the left, is where the tub now sits.
Comfy Soaking Tub and Exquisite Jewelry-like Dornbracht Fixtures.
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