This family in North Wales had two bathrooms that weren’t living up to their potential. The first was part of the owner’s suite, with a large, leaking tub that was never used. The other, a dated hall bathroom used primarily by the children.
In the owner’s suite bathroom, the tub was replaced with a spacious, luxurious shower. White subway tile pairs with a strip of herringbone accent tile, which is also found inside a convenient storage niche. Sleek, matte black fixtures look sharp in both the shower and in the his-and-her sinks. Without the bulky tub, there was plenty of room for a gorgeous makeup vanity, complemented by shiplap walls and decorative mirrors.
The children’s bathroom carries many of the same black-and-white design elements as the owner’s suite, along with kid-friendly features like the low countertop and a double sink to expedite school day mornings. With plenty of storage to keep the space tidy, and the elegant shiplap wall, this bathroom now has excellent function with a timeless, elegant look.
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