Just a really cool design! I do wonder, though, where they put their "stuff."
Helpful re; potential new bathroom floors. Limestone or sandstone seemed like the more practical choices.
Liking the overall palette the design of the vanity; the use of polished nickel faucets, etc.; the use of marble in the niches. Not nuts about the shower. Too exposed or something? Also no bench
This "before" is about the tile wall in the shower. See "after" next.
Consider the window inside the chower.
Bench under the window is interesting. Also the tucked-in linen/storage closet
Note the shower door: opaque to shoulder-height !
Note the beveled half-wall in the shower.
How about a curbless shower in the 1st-floor bathroom? And/or Meg's?
There's 6-ft. vanity (maybe bigger) with only 1 sink-- as we like. I also like the understated sink fixtures ... just would make the sink itself a little larger.
A possible idea for the vanity area in Meg's bathroom- those side cabinets instead of the medicine-cabinet style she has.
Several interesting ideas here ... I like the palette very much ... note the grab-bar/shapmpoo tray combo in the shower ... bench also ... 4" shelf above teh countertop at the sinks
If we must put the shower in front of the window, this is a nice example.
Thew shower tile is of interest-- although taking it all the way up to the ceiling seems like maybe too much.
Hexagonal floor tile in shower. Shower door swing in to save floor space. Good for 1st -floor bathroom?
These light bars/sconces appeal to me.
I like the grey wall color here. It's Benjamin Moore "Grey Owl."
Note the way the island counter has been extended in width-- and idea for the counter where the sink is
The tiling around the tub looks nice.
Could maybe use the recessed wall shelf
Note the half-wall separating the shower & vanity areas
Like the look of the built-in tub
This custom vanity is a lot like the one we had at 59 ....
Low curb, 1/2 glass wall, interesting/pretty tile as a visual feature where the shower space is the frst thing you see when walking into the room
Dramatic-- maybe to much so -- but a nice feel
Nice bench ... also, placing niche where it will not be hit by water when the shower is in use!
2 niches (his n' hers) might be good
I like the tub deck & tiles surround
the bathtub edge is nice- a place to perch and also a place to put the soap, shampoo etc. The shelf is an interesting idea
Note the shower glass-- frosted from shoulder level down
This is the drawer/door configuration we have liked in the vanity
Kinda cool use of the wood, and snazzy lighting
Nice looking shower with a basin & standard sliding door-- idea for downstairs or Meg's
Shower door like the Varnhagens' -- and a bargain