Contemporary Master Bath

The difference between a master bedroom and a master suite is most often determined by the design and amenities of the connecting bathroom and closet.. In this case a Thirty-six square foot bathroom with hardly enough room to turn around; was not what you would expect in a home for a leading member of the community.
Our design team was asked to provide a luxurious modern bathroom that would be fitting to the home. The client wanted the space to be unique and clean possibly a look that you would not find in the United States. Also a more closet space would be a priority since the current configuration was also lacking.

We sketched up some great ideas for an addition, but they were not feasible. The problem we encountered came from the county planning department. They informed us that on the end of the house where the proposed bathroom addition was to be built, there existed a 10-foot wide utility easement that was only a few feet away from the planned addition. Backing up to square one, we decided to develop some ideas within the existing house footprint. One option was to absorb a guest bedroom and turn it into the bathroom that the Owners desired.


The last concept we developed (which turned out to be the owner’s favorite) was to make the biggest bathroom addition possible by overlaying the easement on the site plan and use what was left over. This lead to a unique addition of 115 square feet with six corners; the owner absolutely loved it!
To give the bathroom a modern European flair, our architect designed the room to have a clean look with none of the elements touching the floor. Maple cabinets were designed to give a horizontal-stepped impression to match the geometry of the outside walls and to give them the appearance as if floating in the room. These cabinets, as well as the toilet, are actually suspended, not anchored to the floor. The client was thrilled with the results and function of the new master suite
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