• Ari Ross

Remodel Spotlight: Bye Bye Bathroom Blues


This client previously trusted us with redesigning their kitchen and asked us to tackle their master bathroom next!


Originally, their master bath was not the most efficient. There was a large linen cabinet that took up a lot of valuable space. The counter space was minimal, and there was a small tub with an oversized deck. Also, the shower was very small and all of the materials and finishes were dark.


Moving forward with our design, we decided to remove the large deck around the tub and replace it with a freestanding tub. We kept counter space on both sides of the room and extended the side with the knee space, creating the perfect vanity station.



Originally in our design, we kept the wall dividing the shower and wet room from the rest of the bathroom, but the client and their team decided to replace the solid wall with a full glass wall to eliminate the separation of the shower and water closet from the rest of the space.



The mirrors were also replaced and spanned the entire length of the counter space. We are so thrilled with how this space turned out!



Space Planning: Richard Ourso (Ourso Designs)


Designer: Rachel Cannon Limited


Builder/Remodeler: Bertell Cook Construction


Photos by Collin Richie Photography


See their kitchen remodel here: Colorful Kitchen Addition in Bocage


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