Situated next door to the newly renovated Master Bath, the Hall Bath was to be used by guests and its aesthetic to be more in keeping with the décor of the living areas of the home.
The vanity and toilet locations were moved to the opposite side of the room and the bump-out – previously used for the vanity – was eliminated to make more space in the Master Bath, next door. The door swing on the entry door was reversed as well.
These changes in orientation create a clean, uncluttered entry into the room and more functional use of the small space.
Marble tile with a pretty border gives this room a traditional feeling and the tub / shower combination provides a large bathing area complete with state-of-the-art shower fixtures. A discreet niche provides storage for bathing necessities.
Framed by silver, the recessed medicine cabinet has plenty of storage and the overhead light is pretty and appealing while providing lots of task lighting. Recessed light fixtures overhead bathe the room in bright, ambient light and a strong, externally-ventilated fan keeps the windowless room fresh.
Custom built to resemble a chest of drawers, the furniture-grade vanity has tons of storage.
Delicate chrome hardware serves as bright accents against the dark wood and Santa Cecilia granite top.