An unused alcove in the upstairs hallway of this 1917 built home was badly in need of a purpose. A door to a small rug-shaker porch was almost never used and became a small sacrifice to the grander idea of an additional bathroom to serve the three upstairs bedrooms. The space is large enough to accommodate a spacious shower with a built-in bench, transom window, enhanced shower faucet features and an open bright feel thanks to a frameless glass wall and glass shower door.
Traditional white subway wall tile and 1” hex floor tiles are accented with Carrera marble details throughout. This is an efficient, but truly ‘classy’ bathroom with the added bonus of a radiate heated floor and polished chrome bathroom accessories. Special attention was given to the details to make this bathroom look and feel like it had always been a part of this home.
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