Example of a minimalist bathroom design in DC Metro

Zen Bathroom with Integrated Cabinetry

Modern Bathroom, DC Metro | Photo by RJK Construction Inc

Just because a bathroom lacks Space doesn’t mean it can’t be both functional and beautiful. When creating a Zen bathroom, the floor plan should flow effortlessly, blending from one area to the next. Simple design is a difficult thing to do well, and Zen relies a lot on architecture rather than decorative elements. Awesome, unique, and creative design for the shower, created with combination of solid stone and Metals. Get creative when square footage allows for only a single, small vanity. We recommend recessing vanities in the wall, doing so visually extends the floor space and create a contemporary bathroom. Custom floating millwork was design and created to utilize all areas of the bathroom. Storage in small baths is essential to a functional space. RJK encourages homeowner to get creative in small baths. Walls, which are typically four inches thick, offer a place for additional storage whether it’s a recessed medicine cabinet or open shelving.
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evilturnip wrote:February 16, 2013
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    RJK Construction Inc
    7 years ago
    Thank you! This vanity is from Bertch Interlude.
    http://www.bertch.com/products/bath/vanities/interlude.aspx
    As a dealer of this cabinetry, we'd be more than happy to help you order it for your next project.
    Please feel free to let us know if this is something you might be interested in.
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carolcfarmer added this to carolcfarmer's ideasMarch 1, 2018

To note: half-wall, frameless glass not to ceiling (ignore colors, tile, window, etc.)