A Calming Primary Bath

Closet and bath are both accessed from the now-larger bedroom.

Two of the three windows are now in the bath instead of the closet. The shower floats in the center of the room; the tub anchors it.

The closet has a place for everything.

Putting the tub under the windows greatly enhances the bathing experience.

Plenty of cabinet and counter space. Lighted medicine cabinets.

The tile grid determined the shower layout.

A bigger brighter bath, bigger bedroom and more closet space. It's like magic!

This was one of the ugliest bathrooms we had ever seen—plus it had no windows, while the adjacent closet had three of them! We reconfigured the spaces, jogging the wall between the rooms to maximize the functionality of both. The floating vanity, generous walk in shower, and freestanding tub make the bath feel very spacious; the neutral palette is very soothing. Note the shower controls near the entrance, so you can turn the water on without getting wet, and the bench near the hand held. The linen closet hides all the clutter. The walk-in closet has custom storage by California Closets, a bench, and a full length mirror; it retains one of the windows for natural light.

Before and After

A not so calming layout with an L-shaped closet and office and a windowless bathroom stuck in the middle.

Closet and bath are both accessed from the now-larger bedroom.

The previous bath was cramped, with a tub, separate shower, separate toilet room, and two small vanities. Did we mention it was dark?

Two of the three windows are now in the bath instead of the closet. The shower floats in the center of the room; the tub anchors it.

We really appreciate the professionalism and client service exhibited by steveworks team. ... We really appreciate how capably they guided us through the whole process.

Nari & Ginggi