The state of this master bath was forcing our clients to have to take turns to use it because it was so small and cramped. Not to mention, this bath was dated, dark, and screaming out for someone to come fix it. Well, enter our designer, who tirelessly worked with our clients to come up with a new layout where they could age in place (hello, curb-less shower!) and also enjoy.  The main goals for this space were to increase efficiency by creating a larger master bath that could fit two sinks and a walk-in shower, incorporate the washer and dryer nearby, and also create a space that was aesthetically pleasing. Want to learn more? Well, continue reading below!

Let’s check out how the space looked like before…

Cabinets and Countertop

To start, our designer set a goal to add some brightness to the space, and one way of doing so is through the color of the cabinets. So, this bath features dual height Ultracraft cabinets in a maple wood, Shaker door style, and an Arctic White painted finish.  Because of the non-porous qualities of quartz, it is a great option for bathroom spaces. In this space, we have a 3cm Cambria quartz in Parys complete with a matching splashlette.


Now for the fun part! Inside the shower, we have an Arizona 3×6 H-Line in Denim Glossy in a brick lay up the walls. The shower floor is a Daltile 2×2 Keystone in Castlerock and the shower accents in the shampoo boxes (vertical lay) and up the bench (diagonal lay) is a Hirsch Glass Linea mosaic in Ultraviolet. Lastly, the main bath floor features a brick lay 12×24 Exquisite tile with a Chantilly finish from Daltile. We love how each of these coordinate to create a calming effect through its various blue and beige tones.


Now it wouldn’t be a bath without fixtures! The vanity sinks are a Toto Dantesca in Cotton paired with faucets from Kohler Artifacts in Polished Chrome. The shower control, shower head, shower arm, and rain shower are from Hansgrohe in Radiance with a Chrome finish. Other fixtures include: toilet paper holder, towel rings, towel bars, and robe hooks from Kohler Purist in a Polished Chrome finish.

Laundry Nearby

There are many benefits to having the laundry near the master.  For one, clothing garments tend to land either in the master bedroom or master bath. So, having the laundry close is excellent for efficiency purposes!