Redesign of a master bathroom on the Upper East Side in New York

This master bathroom is a very judicious use of space. We started with a typical 5'x7' bathroom which was stuck in wallpaper heaven. The design challenge was to make it feel like a master bathroom by adding a double vanity. We took ONLY 12 inches from the adjoining master bedroom and changed the footprint to add a double vanity to this master bathroom. With heated floors and a built-in towel warmer, this master bathroom remodel added function to the daily lives of the homeowners and we feel it was a job well done. Photography by Andrii Zhulidov

The standing shower has glass on 2 sides and feels open and airy. Polished chrome fixtures from Grohe and the large overhead rainshower creates a great bath experience. The built in niche tucked away on the side is a necessity with all the products!

The standing shower has glass on 2 sides and feels open and airy. Polished chrome fixtures from Grohe and the large overhead rainshower creates a great bath experience. The built in niche tucked away on the side is a necessity with all the products!

The crowning jewel, our double vanity sits atop an elongated furniture sink with double wall mounted faucets. This combination of fixtures was hard to find given our constraints with dimensions. For this bathroom, we had to ensure each fixture and its availability before demolition started as there was literally no room for error. We designed the vanity below to maximize his and hers storage. 

The crowning jewel, our double vanity sits atop an elongated furniture sink with double wall mounted faucets. This combination of fixtures was hard to find given our constraints with dimensions. For this bathroom, we had to ensure each fixture and its availability before demolition started as there was literally no room for error. We designed the vanity below to maximize his and hers storage.