The home is a classic mid century modern overlooking Lake Oswego. The master bath is cramped and outdated with lots of monochromatic plastic laminate and a very small mildewed shower surround.
The client wanted to increase the size of the shower and update the bathroom in keeping with the architectural style of the rest of the house. Of course, budget was a concern as well.
We were able to double the size of the shower as well as removing the dropped ceiling which used to house the bath fan.
The new shower surround features a separate fixed head and handshower, porcelain tile with glass “bullet” accents and a niche for storage.
The new wall mount vanity, medicine cabinet and light valance were custom built to match the teak room dividers that run through the kitchen and living room. A new Marmoleum floor and updated plumbing fixtures provide the finishing touches.
The finished product accomplishes the client’s goals and fits seamlessly with the rest of the house.