Hankins & Associates, Inc. - Kitchens and Baths
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Doylestown Cottage Bath

The original 11-foot x 13-foot master bath was generic in design, built by a homebuilder to achieve one mission—create a basic bath. The transformation required a complete redesign, while keeping budget in perspective. I moved the toilet, staying within the same joist bay. This allowed me to create a private water closet area, providing more square footage for a much larger shower. The once 60” x 60” corner tub (once below the double hung windows) made way for a 60-in. pedestal tub. A vanity with two undermount bowls boasts lots of storage with drawers and an upper wall unit extending down to the counters backsplash. A tall linen cabinet was integrated into the wall creating a beaded board alcove for the tub. To help natural light make its way into the shower, a frosted glass panel was designed and installed between shower and the water closet, where one of two windows originally was … and remained. Photo by Jerry Hankins
Country: United States
Zip Code: 18902
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His and her vanity areas separated by storage cabinet. Cabinet is raised and sits atop 4-inch Crema Marfil marble backsplash. Bowls are vitreous china with individual hot and cold water taps. Bowl drain are pop-up type. Mirrors are framed with matching painted woodwork that compliments the plain inset painted cabinetry. Lower counter area (right) offers transition to back ...More
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60-inch traditional pedestal tub is the backdrop and focal point as you enter this master bath. 3-in painted bead board capped with a chair rail detail frames out the three walls surrounding this classic tub. An 18-inch tall linen cabinet and hamper is seen to the right. Sheetrock was butted to the backside of the extended tall cabinet faceframe to allow the full right hand ...More
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Commode area is just beyond left [pocket] door entrance with high sill double hung window. Frosted glass panel separates commode area and large shower. A 60-inch pedestal base tub can be seen in the reflection of the 28-inch frameless shower door (with chrome accents). Photo by: Jerry Hankins
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A view into the 24 square foot shower reveals stone pebble floor, porcelain tiled walls and ceiling. Two sealed recessed lights offer ample light in addition to the natural light achieved via the frosted glass panel and clear panel shower door. Large 9” shower head on a Rohl® 20” arm offers a rain-like shower. Wall tile includes (from the floor up): 24” x 12”, then 2” x 2” ...More
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24” x 12” porcelain tiled shower walls with 2” x 2” and glass tile band mid way up the wall. Above the band are 12’x 12” tile in a running bond pattern. 24” Recessed shower niche and 9”x9” pie cut corner shelf (set low) for placing foot on for shaving at bottom of photo. Photo by: Jerry Hankins
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Shower features 24-inch tiled niche for shower needs. 9” x 9” pie cut shelf placed as step for shaving legs. Photo by: Jerry Hankins
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9-inch ‘rain-like’ shower head on Rohl® 20-inch shower arm. Two sealed lighting fixtures in tiled ceiling. photo by: Jerry Hankins
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A view from inside the shower—beyond the obscured frosted glass panel is the commode area with double hung window. This design option offers additional natural light to spill into the shower. photo by: Jerry Hankins
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A private commode area was created which included an existing double hung window. To allow some of that light to filter into the newly created (large) shower, a 2-foot wide obscured panel was installed between the commode area and the shower. Photo by: Jerry Hankins
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Private commode area (approx 3-foot x 6-foot) features a high sill double hung window, pocket door access, Toto toilet and cabinet above for tissue paper rolls and other needs. Toilet faces frosted glass panel with shower beyond. Photo by: Jerry Hankins
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