With a refreshed approach to the eclectic Spanish influences, a transformation into a functionally updated, open bathroom that flows harmoniously throughout the home is brought to fruition.
An awkward layout that did not represent the architectural aesthetic of the home presented design challenges. In the bathroom, the shower was closed-in, storage was limited and the toilet was the most prominent feature upon entering the space.
Rearranging the location of the shower and toilet allowed to maximize the various functions of the space with a wet room design approach. The requested soaking tub not only fits the petite homeowner perfectly, but is thoughtfully placed below the newly obscured window for increased natural light.
The black-framed glass panel defines the shower and vanity areas while maintaining an open feel.
In maximizing storage, a custom vanity cabinet is designed and equipped with interior electrical outlets, pull-outs and organizer trays. Floating shelves above the toilet are implemented and the hallway linen cabinet is completely reconfigured to accommodate bathroom product overflow along with the linen essentials.
My contractors love working with Megan! She’s so knowledgeable and organized and provides detailed, step-by-step books to minimize any installation errors. Megan remodeled the bathroom in my 1930s Spanish Casita-style home and then my kitchen the following year. She did all the legwork, bringing me samples or meeting me at stores to show me specific options. She wouldn’t settle until she found the perfect quartzite slab for my countertops. My kitchen looks like it’s right out of a sophisticated design magazine. Megan is able to express my tastes in a way I could never do, and work within my budget. If you want beautiful and functional spaces in your home, I highly recommend working with her.