Her bathroom was ordinary and dated. She wanted a luxurious soaking tub and more storage. Her bath had a challenging pie- shaped footprint. Situated in a Port Liberte, NJ waterfront condo with concrete floors and ceilings, there was little ability to move plumbing fixtures around.
In her 54 square foot bath, additional storage and counter space were created by relocating the sink and adding a full height slim cabinet. Plumbing lines for the sink were routed behind the cabinetry. The partition between the tub and toilet was removed to open up the space. An extra partition at the end of the tub was removed to make room for a longer tub and to create a display niche and a spot to put candles and the bubbly. A ceiling mount shower curtain track was installed for the rare occasion when she wants to shower in her bathroom.
Soothing colors of sand, taupe and white in large format porcelain tile create a calm spa feeling. Crushed glass accent tile brings the bling. The Caesarstone countertop also sparkles with recycled content that includes crushed mirror. The toilet includes a washlet attachment. Frosted pocket door allows light into the adjacent master bedroom.