EdwinMidcentury Bathroom, Los Angeles
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Open-concept master suites. This was a controversial topic for Houzzers but one that many embraced. There are several key factors to keep in mind when choosing this option. For one thing, make sure you have a separate water closet for the loo, as well as the same wake-up time as your partner so you’re not banging around in the bath while they’re trying to sleep. Ventilation for the steam is also important. For their bedroom, designer Ryan Brown and partner Diego Monchamp were inspired by a hotel they visited in Thailand. Brown designed a large tongue-and-groove room divider that separates the spaces while maintaining an open luxury spa feeling. See more of this home
Design OptionsThe fixed divider. If you’ve decided that an open bath might fit your lifestyle, segregating it via a freestanding zone of cabinetry is a good choice. This “thick wall” can contain the light spillage between spaces, act as a visual screen and double as a storage area. Because it doesn’t touch the ceiling, it feels more open, but its mass and depth make it feel more wall-like.