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.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
“Uh-oh” moment. “The homeowner loves using her standing clothes steamer,” designer Stephanie Frees says. “I needed to figure out a way to allow that to be stored away yet easily accessible for use. The tall storage cabinet was modified to have the toe area attached to the door, so that the steamer can simply roll in and out of the cabinet.”