The Dream Lives On-Bathroom

Two years after we completed our main floor remodel and addition project for a family from Washington D.C. they had grown dissatisfied with the rest of their house. In remodeling the upper floor, our greatest challenge was creating a clean modern interior feeling while dealing with seemingly random roof and ceiling slopes and traditional bay window forms. We managed to disguise these features and reworked the plan to create great bathrooms and bedrooms as well. The master suite includes a window seat and fireplace combination which can be enjoyed from multiple angles and a spacious bathroom. The children’s wing includes a clever bathroom designed to be shared by a teenage girl and boy. The two sink vanity is located in a niche off the hallway with separate rooms behind frosted glass pocket doors for the toilet and bath.

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Hannah added this to Whole House2 December 2020

could swap out door to master bathroom

ljbinsf added this to Utah -Pocket Door Ideas23 November 2020

Toilet Room door could be frosted glass if you want light brought into the space or bring light from the toilet room into the vanity area

Claire Fenech added this to lincoln street house10 November 2020

wish i had done this for the bathroom pocket door