Holmes Ave .Master bath, Laundry and Powder roomTransitional Bathroom, Chicago
This master bath was dark and dated. Although a large space, the area felt small and obtrusive. By removing the columns and step up, widening the shower and creating a true toilet room I was able to give the homeowner a truly luxurious master retreat. (check out the before pictures at the end) The ceiling detail was the icing on the cake! It follows the angled wall of the shower and dressing table and makes the space seem so much larger than it is. The homeowners love their Nantucket roots and wanted this space to reflect that.
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2. Fold-Down Drying RacksDesigner: Stephanie Frees of Plain & Posh Location: Clarendon Hills, Illinois Size: 63 square feet (5.9 square meters); about 7 by 9 feetHomeowners’ request. Update a crowded and cramped laundry room and add plenty of storage and drying rack space. Designer Stephanie Frees collaborated with her client through Houzz ideabooks. “The homeowner was actually out of town for a lot of the process,” she says. “Houzz was our go-to for inspiration by both of us.”Special features. Cabinets in a custom blue-gray color. Wood countertop in a custom stain. Separate folding area with quartz countertop. Beadboard-backed fold-down drying racks. Mediterranean-style floor tile. Bar for hanging clothes. Laundry sink. Canvas storage baskets.