This is one space that truly was overhauled. This space was originally filled with angles and doors. The vanities were perpendicular to one another, in a corner. Remember the dance “the bump”? It may have been invented at those very sinks.

Currently the water closet is located behind a door towards the rear of the shower. Prior to remodel, the shower and toilet were combined in a tiny space. One of the many goals was to enlarge the shower. A frameless glass shower enclosure opens up the space and lets natural light in. The tile is porcelain with a glass and stone accent tile. The convenient niche holds toiletries within the shower.

The door to the left of the left most vanity is the entry for a very large walk in closet. Previously, there were two angled doors for entry to two walk in closets. The combining of the space did away with the angles and doors and still provides a very spacious clothing closet with just one door.

The tub…the windows…the natural setting. Where to start?

The cabinetry chosen for this job is Bridgewood Advantage in a medium stained cherry wood. The homeowner painted the trim around the windows white. The doors and baseboards were all replaced in white.

The tub is surrounded in the same wood detail as the vanities. The picture on the front cover shows the tub’s wood panels. The tub deck is made of granite and matches the vanity tops as well. Previously, the tub sat in a very large tub deck that extended into the bay, reaching all the way to the windows from left to right. We were able to remove the tub and deck and position the new jetted tub within the bay, but as a stand alone, taking advantage of the beautiful calming views outside for a serene space.

The vanities each have a storage tower, three drawers and a roomy storage area below the sink. All fixtures are brushed nickel as are all the metal accents in the room from fixtures to hardware.

The floor tile is a larger 18”x18” porcelain.

This is the second large project these homeowners entrusted to River Oak Cabinetry. The other is their beautiful kitchen. It can be viewed on our website as well as Houzz.com, titled “Big Beauty in the Woods of Bailey Hobson”.