Plain Jane no More-Combined shower & tub wet area, Glen Ellyn, IL

This family’s hall bath was adequate but far from ideal. As the girls’ found the shower cold and drafty, they usually gravitated to the master bath for their showers. Storage was also an issue in this L-shaped bath. Fortunately, borrowing space from the adjacent rumpus room over the garage allowed for a new “wet room” combining a tub and separate shower – an efficient layout where both are desired. Underused space in the home’s eave was converted to built-in storage for bath linens as well as identical medicine cabinets for each of the teens’ toiletries. Glass tile accents, rich espresso finish and glass surround takes this bath from plain-Jane to ideal.

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Bathroom Design by Deb Bayless, CKD, CBD, Design For Keeps (Glen Ellyn, IL) Photo by Dawn Jackman
“Glass knobs” — tsquared93
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Bathroom Design by Deb Bayless, CKD, CBD, Design For Keeps (Glen Ellyn, IL), Photo by Dawn Jackman
“Backsplash” — Amy Sexton
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Bathroom Design by Deb Bayless, CKD, CBD, Design For Keeps (Glen Ellyn, IL), Photo by Dawn Jackman
“Color scheme for master bath” — alishahenley1
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Bathroom Design by Deb Bayless, CKD, CBD, Design For Keeps (Glen Ellyn, IL), Photo by Dawn Jackman
“I like the curtain blind fabric and pattern.” — assaya
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Bathroom Design by Deb Bayless, CKD, CBD, Design For Keeps (Glen Ellyn, IL), Photo by Dawn Jackman
“Knobs” — Sherry Murray
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