When all but the master suite was redesigned in a newly-purchased home, an opportunity arose for transformation.
Lack of storage, low-height counters and an unnecessary closet space were all undesirable.
Closing off the adjacent closet allowed for wider and taller vanities and a make-up station in the bathroom. Eliminating the tub, a shower sizable to wash large dogs is nestled by the windows offering ample light. The water-closet sits where the previous shower was, paired with French doors creating an airy feel while maintaining privacy.
In the old closet, the previous opening to the master bath is closed off with new access from the hallway allowing for a new laundry space. The cabinetry layout ensures maximum storage. Utilizing the longest wall for equipment offered full surface space with short hanging above and a tower functions as designated tall hanging with the dog’s water bowl built-in below.
A palette of warm silvers and blues compliment the bold patterns found in each of the spaces.
Megan designed a new master bath and upstairs laundry room in what was an old closet and an outdated bath. The outcome was GORGEOUS. Megan takes the time to understand how you will use the space as well as the aesthetics (and budget) you have in mind. She offered multiple designs that would meet our needs. Once the design was set, she was extremely helpful in recommending suppliers and materials and was there every step of the way during the construction. Every detail was considered and we ended up with not only gorgeous rooms, but functional as well.