Sleek Master Bath in Potomac, MD

Designed by Jennifer Gilmer

Photography by John Cole

Staging by Keiana Photography

 

This master bath had been remodeled in the ’90s. It was jam-packed with cabinets and mirrors and had a tub that was set into a very large tiled platform with many steps. As a result, this nice-sized bathroom seemed much smaller than its 200 plus square feet of space. If it hadn’t been for the plethora of mirrors, it would have felt even smaller. Even though the cabinets were mirrored and the tile/counters were a medium white/gray tile, the space was dark and cluttered. The one window in the room was cramped by the tub deck and lost its sparkle by being overtaken by the clutter. The shower and toilet room were on an angle which ate up a lot of the available space.

The goal was to simplify and open up space while attaining a “spa” feel.  We took down the angled walls and discovered more space that was unused. By taking out the tub deck, tearing down walls to square off the room, and utilizing lost space it seemed like the bathroom grew in size exponentially.  We disguised the only angled wall that was left by enclosing it in the toilet room.  We placed the curbless shower next to the toilet room and used the same sized glass doors on both – making the toilet room door frosted.

A free-standing tub, centered under the window as well as in the room was the new focal point.  Light blue floating cabinets mirror each other separating him from her vanity. There are two storage areas at the ends of each vanity, both appear to be mirrored columns which helped them to disappear while adding light and sparkle to space and providing full-length mirrors. One of these is a small walk-in linen closet the other is a narrow storage cabinet.

Large 48 x 48” porcelain tiles were used on the floor as well as walls and the counters were also made from large format porcelain that blends nicely with the tile. For texture and interest, we added embossed white tiles on the two opposing walls from the shower to the tub. 

Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath are award winning design and remodel experts in DC Maryland and Virginia.

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