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How could I remodel most of the Studio without updating the master bathroom? This remodel is one I am very excited to share with you, since I know you’ll relate to some of the issues that brought me to remodel it in the first place.
One of the reasons we completely gutted this master bathroom is because it’s a very, and I mean very small “master bathroom.” It was one of those bathrooms that when the door opened, it nearly hit the toilet. I think it was designed as a natural “do not disturb” sign.
Anyways, we could not move the toilet from its spot but what we were able to do is remove the old plastic tub that took up a lot of visual room and replace it with a gorgeous tiled shower.
I chose American Standard products for the bathrooms because they were beautiful, have the clean lines I was looking for, and they have an excellent durability and performance. And for the shower, I don’t think we could have improved it any more than what you see now!
The frameless shower doors provide the illusion that the bathroom is bigger than it really is. I feel this was as much a space issue as it was a visual improvement to switch out the tub for a shower. And no, this master bath does not have a tub but we did keep the tub in the small bathroom.
One of the easiest things to select were the sinks. I had in mind the clean and modern look of the white rectangular sinks found in the Studio collection (the name is so appropriate!)
To match the shower I kept selected the Townsend faucets and towel accessories which I feel it carries the bathroom into a cohesive modern and elegant look throughout.
Even the toilet was upgraded because, you know, a clean high-efficiency toilet is of importance a few times a day, right? Joking aside, there is no way we could have kept the old one (no before pictures necessary or wanted here) so I’m thrilled that one got a new upgrade as well.
As you can see, the bathroom is dreamy and I couldn’t be happier. One of the things that I love most is the bright airy space and how it’s update is sure to add value to the house.
Other items we purchased were Tully 3 –Light Vanity Lighting, a mirror we purchased at a local home décor store, and a white 60-inch double vanity with a Carrera Marble countertop (cut and installed by a local supplier).
What do you think? Does one of your small bathrooms need an update?