Due to a very poorly planned new addition, this small master bathroom was literally just slapped together in order to make a shower, vanity, and toilet fit. But with the revamping of the whole house floor plan, we were able to utilize the original master bath space along with two hallways to make this modern farmhouse master bathroom remodel with two walk in closets, separate vanities, a tub, toilet and shelving.
To add storage, we created a built in shelving unit in between the shower and the toilet. The space there would have been dead space so obviously it was perfect to add extra storage.
Instead of traditional shower doors, the homeowners opted for a half glass wall. This is much easier to clean and less of a hassle than sliding glass doors or frameless doors. Stacking niches gives plenty of storage for all of his and her shower necessities and also keeps one shelf within reach during a bath.
Planning a master bathroom from scratch is a lot of fun. There are so many bells and whistles in the plumbing world that when it comes to spending, the sky is the limit. If you are planning a bathroom remodel, make a wish list and prioritize. The wish list for this bathroom was a separate soaker tub and walk in shower as well as two sinks and separate closets. Since we couldn’t fit it all in without creating a hodge podge mess, they gave up the soaker tub which allowed for more needed closet space.
What’s on your master bathroom wish list?
- Large walk in shower with multiple shower heads and body sprayers?
- Double sinks
- claw foot tub
- floor heating system
- separate water closet room with a bidet
- custom tile
- heated towel bar
- vessel sinks and wall mount faucets
- mirror with a concealed television
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