• The master bathroom was the last room in the house that had not been renovated, so everything in the room appeared out-of-date, including the cabinetry and fiberglass shower.
• The style was too traditional for the clients. The Goodson’s wanted a more modern setting while keeping the style similar to the rest of the house.
• Our client’s wanted a larger shower and did not care to keep the tub or glass block window.
• There was not enough cabinet storage for all of their things like bottles, a trash can, linens, towels, etc. Because of this, their countertops were always cluttered.
• The wife did not have a vanity area to sit down or get ready, so all of her hair-products were in a cart that took up walking space.
• There was not enough lighting in the room.
• And finally, the client’s always felt cold in their bathroom and they wanted to integrate a fireplace somewhere.
• The most important factors to consider for their bathroom was to create a space with plenty of cabinetry and include a make-up vanity and a fireplace.
• So, we removed the tall linen closet and tub enclosure, covered up the glass window block, and incorporated a symmetrical and simple cabinet design with two tall linen cabinets, two vessel sinks, and a 3 drawer cabinet.
• I replaced the existing fiber-glass shower with a make-up vanity and a storage cabinet that allowed the hair-dryer and hair products to be stored in a drawer.
• I moved the shower to an opposite wall and included a half-wall with a recessed electric fireplace mounted to the front.
• 6 can lights to the main area were added as well as a large chandelier.
• We also installed heated flooring throughout the main flooring area, the shower floor, and the toilet room.
• Overall, I was able to give the client’s everything they wanted as well as making it a more functional space.
• The finishes that we chose captured the glamorous and bright atmosphere that the original space did not attain.