Master Bathroom Addition with Dual Shower Heads

For this master bathroom addition, the homeowners knew that they wanted a brighter space with more storage. Remodeling your entire home, unfortunately, can come with a lot of anxiety. Above all, we try to eliminate as much anxiety as we can in the design phase. Therefore, your project runs as smoothly as possible. Part of our process in design phase, is to share ideas of other spaces you have seen. One of the master bathrooms that we found for inspiration that stood out, had dual shower heads. This new bathroom design would have to incorporate this luxury feature. We used the same tile through-out the space creating a seamless look. By eliminating the multiple patterns and textures, the eyes are drawn to the shower without distraction from too much movement. 

Another portion of this addition included the master bedroom. We added a new larger closet and used sliding barn doors to tie the closet and master on-suite bathroom together. Making it looks like they were always there.

Project Specs:

  • Stock J&K Shaker “Castle Grey” Bathroom Vanity Cabinet with Jeffrey Alexander “Tiffany” Hardware in Polished Chrome
  • Cosmos “Arctic Ice” Countertops with Dual Under-mount Oval Sinks in White
  • Best Tile Impero Collection “Travertino” 13×13 on the Floors, 2×2 for the Shower Floors, and 10×22 on the Shower Walls
  • Semi Frame-less Shower Glass Enclosure
  • Delta “Porter” 8″ Widespread Faucet in Polished Chrome
  • Dual Shower Heads by Kohler Moxie Hydrorail-R-Beam with Hand Wand Shower Column
  • Polished Chrome “Wyndham” Bathroom Hardware Collection
  • Quoizel Polished Chrome Nicholas 3 Light 22″ Wide Reversible Bathroom Vanity Light with Opal Etched Glass
  • Custom Gray Vanity Mirror Matching Vanity
  • Sliding Barn Door for Master Bathroom & Closet Entry
  • Behr “Chic Peach” Wall Color

For more information on our process and what the next steps to designing a new bathroom for you home. Please reach out to us, using our form in the contact us page or give us a call – ask for “Jessica” and get started on the bathroom you always wanted.