Home design ideas: A case where removing windows made for a better bathroom

Audrey J. Powers
To make way for double vanities and a wander-in shower in this bath, the designer taken out a whirlpool tub and created the window smaller.Tamara Flanagan

Desiree Burns’ shoppers, a younger relatives that relocated to Dover from the town, had no want for the cumbersome whirlpool tub in the main bathtub. They did, even so, want a stroll-in shower and double vanities, not to mention a crisp, clear feel. Simply just taking away the tub wouldn’t be ample to make place for two vanities, Burns experienced to contend with the room’s giant Palladian window. By obtaining rid of the window’s two aspect elements, and highlighting the central arched portion with a bench beneath it, the designer completed their aims.

1 Responding to the client’s request for a fun ground, Burns proposed tiles with a bold, black and white pattern. “She was all about it, but he believed it was as well chaotic,” Burns claims. “This geometric floral mosaic in classic honed marble is a happy medium.”

2 Burns worked with Metropolitan Cabinets & Counter tops to configure semi-tailor made white oak cabinetry with Shaker style detailing in a whitewashed end. Now, equally spouse and spouse have their individual sink and ample storage.

3 Half-moon drawer pulls from Inspire Hardware echo the strains of the window and mirrors. “The curvature brings wonderful distinction to the sq. cabinets,” Burn off states. The plumbing fixtures’ porcelain levers coordinate with the sconces.

4 Arch prime mirrors with gold metal frames fortify the architecture and create a pleasant rhythm.

5 White bistro-fashion orb sconces with frosted globes search new towards white walls. “I’ve been loving white almost everything in the tub,” Burns suggests. “I haven’t convinced anyone to do a white faucet nonetheless, but these clients ended up excellent with white lights.”

6 “When I threw out the idea of adding a bench below the centre window with vanities on possibly side, it trapped,” Burns suggests. “Everything fell all over that.”

Marni Elyse Katz is a typical contributor to the World Journal. Mail comments to [email protected].

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