In hundred year old homes, bathrooms are usually a challenge. Narrow spaces have been converted to bathrooms and use of this space can be a design challenge. This master bathroom in Ladue was outdated and needed a more update eloquent look that the house itself inspires, a compete master bathroom remodel.
Marble seemed to be the only choice in keeping with the houses history and blending today’s modern trends. Long and narrow, this bathroom reconfigured to give the toilet its own space. Behind the camera was a toilet room housing a Kohler Memoirs Stately Comfort Height Toilet with a Glenbury Slow Close Seat. A pocket door closes the toilet room off from the rest of the bathroom and allows room for a small Linen Closet for this bathroom.
On opposite end a Shower is created housing a Moen rain fixed shower head in chrome. A Shower Bench in matching marble is designed behind the glass shower door and a Moen hand held slide bar in chrome is added convenience. A corner shelf holds shower needs and fits perfectly in the far corner of the shower.
Wellborn’s Maple Concord Series in Glacier finish created the vanity with two shallow cabinets for extra storage and giving the bathroom extra floor space. Legs added to the base of the vanity cabinet gives the vanity a furniture feel that may have been original to the house.
A wall to wall mirror framed produced the illusion of a larger space. A Marble top fits the era of the house and an added marble ledge under the mirror gave extra counter for makeup brushes or hair items.
Moen Showhouse Weymouth with cross handles in the shower and lavatory faucets with a chrome finish completes the look. Installing Sconces on the mirror reflects the light and continues the space saving theme.
Wallpaper and moldings finish the look and stays within the keeping of a hundred year old home.
If your master bathroom needs a remodel contact Roeser Home Remodeling today at 314-822-0839