The current master bathroom had a wonderful use of colors, from a baby blue tub to a totally rad toilet. The homeowners were hoping to update from the “movie star” lights around the vanity mirrors and swap out that baby blue tub that only fit the dog. By knocking down a wall that created a choppy feel in the room, we were able to really open up the master bathroom. This gave us enough room for an expansive shower, a free standing tub that is perfect for the whole family, not just the dog, and a sink long enough to share. This new bathroom truly merged the idea of modern and farmhouse style.
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Sometimes a bathroom is the last place we think we can do anything with. After all, we aren’t in there for that long. But what happens when your bathroom is your laundry room as well? Are guests supposed to help sort the whites while adjusting their pantyhose? I think not, and this homeowner wasn’t loving the idea either! We were able to pop the washer and dryer in a closet in the hall, capturing some space from their master walk-in closet. This not only gave the guest bathroom a vanity and toilet, but now the guests could have their own shower. All of this created a more usable guest bathroom, as well as give the resale value of the home a boost!
With a full farm life mixed in with the daily grind, having a space to relax where the goats couldn’t get into was a must-have! The existing deck was becoming cramped, not large enough to truly entertain and have a place to keep the llamas, goats and stray chickens out. Not to mention the mosquitos. Using architectural lines to create a taller roofline made the space really feel open while not obstructing the views of the happy animals. There is a space for grilling out, a perfect spot for swinging on the hammock and the screen porch is large enough to dream up any configuration of furniture.