|Fitting everything into the small space|
|Sink and mirror wall|
|Wall Hung Toilet Tank|
the walls in place we were now ready to start installing the fixtures. The first fixture to go in would be the airtub.
If you look at the floorplan you will notice that the tub and the shower are both enclosed within the glass doors. This means that this design is a partial wet room. In a wet room design the toilet, and usually a pedestal sink would also be enclosed within the glass.
If you take a closer look at the sink and mirror wall photo, you will see that the cider block of the old fireplace is only about half of the wall opening. That means we found 15" of unclaimed wall space. Wow! In a small room finding space is like finding gold. We used it for additional storage as you'll see in the next posting.
On this bathroom remodel in the Princeton area, I had the opportunity to collaborate with another member of the design profession, Katie McHugh I.D who is a very talented and skillful designer in the Philadelphia area. I welcome the chance to work with her on other projects in the future.
Part 2 will present the beautiful fixtures and elegant materials incorporated in this urbane bath design.