Oh how I'd love this! Then there'd be no more hip & shoulders with MOTH as we both try & clean our fangs over our one remaining totally inadequate bathroom sink at night.
This wide, sweeping space leading from the bedroom into the bathroom is totally awesome.
The small dressing table space is perfect & the floor-to-ceiling glass windows at the end of the room just bring the outdoors straight into the room. And don't even get me started on all that wardrobe space!
How good does the tub look encased in glass!
Images McInturff Architects
Yep, you guessed it, another bathroom post! Although it was a joy to peek into the Bathroom from Hell when I got home from work yesterday & see that progress has been made. Russell the Plumber had spent the afternoon on his belly in the dirt in the tiny space under the concrete floor organising all the pipework & I can see new fittings - hooray!
What's not to love here, everything is divine. The Owners are European & asked the architects to totally rework their entire Master Bedroom/Ensuite Bathroom/Dressing Room space - how jolly sensible of them! The bedroom was moved into the former bath & dressing area and the larger bedroom space was then transformed into a combined bathroom and dressing area.
A glass bathing area was created (including basins, bath and shower) as a free standing structure standing within the larger dressing and wardrobe area, at work I'd being calling that a Co-Axial System! All the surfaces of the bathing area (I just love that term!) — doors, walls, bath surround and vanity countertops — were clad in glass to allow light to create a spectacular environment for a soak in the tub!
This whole renovation is so gorgeous, if it was mine I'd never want to leave! MOTH would be sliding my meals & mail in under the door. It's the weekend, enjoy all the treats that come with it.