The single pedestal sink did not work for a couple sharing the bathroom. The tub was too short. The beige color scheme was unappealing.
Installing a sink for two required extending the wall behind it to accommodate the wider sink and proper clearance for the toilet. The shelf tower between tub and shower was eliminated to allow for a longer air jet soaking tub and access to its motor. The tall cabinet under the eaves was deepened and roll-out drawers were added. All materials and colors were chosen to support the clients' preference for a clean, modern and minimal aesthetic. The stand out here is the console: a double trough vessel sink on sleek polished chrome legs, with wall mounted faucets. Two tall skinny medicine cabinets provide personal storage and are illuminated by three tall skinny wall sconces. Large format white tile with accents of grey induce calm. One large recessed shower niche provides plenty of storage for necessities.