This master bathroom was open to the master bedroom with the shower and toilet in a separate room. We removed the wall and installed a Simpson door and sidelight panel with rain glass to give the bathroom more privacy. We stained the door to match the existing trim in the house.
A contemporary tile was used in the shower and on the floor to provide a continuous flow. Lanmark solid surface was used as the shower pan in this bathroom as it has no grout lines and is easy to maintain. The matching tile base trim continued the pattern in the floor up onto the trim vertically.
We installed a Signature Hardware vanity made in bamboo, and replaced the countertop and undermount sink. George Kovacs Saber II lights were used to frame the new mirror. Hansgrohe shower fixtures and faucets were installed in brushed nickel.
The clients chose Sherwin-Williams White Shoulders paint to add more brightness to the bath. Agalite sliding glass shower doors were installed with clear glass to further expand the small bathroom space. The warm tones of the wood, combined with the clean and modern elements created this bright master bathroom.
This project was designed and built while I was employed with Corvallis Custom Kitchens and Baths.