ST. Leonards Avenue – Bathroom

Original Challenge:  one full wall is taken up by 2 French door systems with Juliette balconies.  Compromised structure - floor had to be rebuilt.

The Client’s objective for the renovation of this dated 1980’s Bathroom required a new meaning as ‘luxurious spa retreat’.

Extra storage was required as the original storage was limited to just the vanity.

The space plan was revamped converting original toilet room to become shower.  The entryway was adjusted to fit the new vanity, the stand alone soaker tub was given a location to enhance it's simplistic features and act as art In itself.  In essence, each wall has a highlight.

The shower and Toilet cubicle areas were deliberately kept muted of the main space high lighting Vanity, soaker tub, sitting and display areas.

5 pce. Ensuite Bath features transitional design with a vanity for 2 under mount sinks, large shower and soaker tub. Dark stained wood finishes provides contrast to monochromatic neutral color pallet with a highlight on the finishes. Marble vanity counter top, marble Stone stacked tile on accent walls, offset rectangular porcelain tile with floor inset, and plaster crown mouldings were infused for the style. Wall sconces are a creative twist adding to the warm ambience balancing the dark vanity cabinet visually.

The Ensuite functions are also expanded for additional closet / linen storage and display shelves adding to functional & aesthetic appeal.

Overall the space planning, selection of materials, color scheme and plumbing fixtures coupled with design elements makes this Ensuite Bath refreshing update to luxury retreat and time.

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