|The original bathroom had some extravagance to it, including a walk-in shower, a double-sink vanity and a walk-in linen closet. However, the layout didn’t go beyond the angular, sectionalized aesthetic found in average-sized bathrooms, including a wall-size mirror along the vanity which only made the floral wallpaper more overwhelming. And the renovation began….|
|Taking an open-concept approach to the remodel turned the existing large bathroom into a luxurious spa experience. Removing walls allowed for a reimagining of the entire space, which positioned the new walk-in shower as the centerpiece. Glass doors open the field of vision so the outside doesn’t feel sectionalized and inside feels spacious. A steam generator, hand-held showerhead and fixed rainshower head, along with a heated, fog-free mirror for shaving all make this a next-level shower. Placing the vanity next to the shower, instead of across from it, opened up space for a spa tub. No one will get chilled going from the tub to the shower, or the shower to the his and her dressing rooms, on the radiant-heated tile floor.|
|Rather than a free-standing makeup table, the homeowner now can sit at a custom-built and extravagant dressing table, complete with mirrored shelving, marble counter, and a sink.
|Custom cabinets, medicine cabinets, and shelving maximize storage throughout. The three rooms bathe in natural light coming in through sizable windows along the exterior wall and ceiling.|
|This remodel project won a gold PRISM award from BRAGB (Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston, www.bragb.org) in 2015.|
Project Manager: Matthew Cole
Foreman: Pete Radke
Architect: Daniel H. Reynolds Design Collaborative