The existing bathroom was a work in progress, with many items left unfinished or exposed. We renovated the entire bathroom, leaving the shower, HVAC closet, and toilet in the same locations, but re-vamping all of the finishes except for the existing clay red floor tile which runs throughout the house. We added a finished ceiling in the bathroom in order to extend the HVAC ducts and supply air to the bathroom and provide additional lighting. We added pocket doors to both ends of the bathroom to provide privacy.
The existing lavatory sink used to be outside of the bathroom space. In order to provide convenience and privacy, we moved the lavatory sink 4 feet over and into the bathroom space. We then moved the laundry appliances from the Kitchen and re-located them immediately outside of the bathroom (where the lavatory used to be) and enclosed them within a tall custom cabinet which matches the tall custom wardrobe cabinets within the bathroom space.
To enhance the airiness of the space despite its compact size, a beautifully clean and simple wall-mounted porcelain vanity and vanity cabinet with a large pull-out drawer were installed floating along the wall. For additional storage space, we installed a simple stainless steel medicine cabinet above a tiled ledge. Simple shapes and forms were used to maximize the compact space.