Fresh and modern, this reworking of a narrow upstairs bathroom made it feel much bigger, brighter, and cleaner. The dividing wall between the tub/shower and the commode was chopped to waist height, bringing in lots of natural light. Large tiles, a graphite-colored custom double sink, and a natural-wood sliding door are elegant choices to further flatter the space.
Another bathroom in the home was updated with a sleek and original approach. The glass shower stall opened things up, ensuring a bright, contemporary space. Details such as trapezoid-shaped glass tiles, a custom poured-concrete shower pan, and a wooden drainboard add interest. The handsome wood vanity holds a vessel sink wth a contrasting custom counter, with plenty of storage below.
The unique geometric shape of the shower tiles creates extra interest, while the wooden shower drain insert adds a touch of rustic warmth. This technique eliminates the need to mar this lovely slab stone shower floor with an ugly drain!