Our recent clients in Fort Worth, TX, came to us in need of assistance updating their master bathrooms. Unlike most houses, there was not one large master bathroom; instead, it was two small bathrooms, separated by the master bedroom. While this layout may not be ideal for everyone, our clients liked the idea of having their own separate spaces, in which case, the smaller sized bathrooms were perfect for! Both rooms, however, were in desperate need of some refreshing. Our clients had some initial ideas and colors picked out but wanted to discuss the best options for utilizing the small areas. Our designers drew up the floor plans and 3D renderings to better communicate the changes.
Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas wanted to update their original 1970’s master bathroom with something they had been dreaming of for a long time – a remodeled shower. Due to the layout of the original bathroom and the built-in corner soaking tub that they never used, there was a lot of wasted space. Not to mention the original shower, which was lack-luster and very small. The clients also had to share a sink, which is never ideal in a shared master bathroom! After discussing these issues with the clients, our designers modified the floor plans and redesigned the space by removing the clunky corner tub and tiny shower and converting the entire wall into a spacious, luxury shower. The vanity was also updated with an additional sink, custom electrical outlets, and reworked drawers for better storage.