This picture is from the very beginning in May 2010. The hallway was leading into what was the small master bathroom with a corner shower, toilet, and 32″ vanity. The master closet with sliding doors was on the left.
Let the Demo begin! Sorry the pictures aren’t the best, there was a lot of dust from the plaster. During demo we found some very interesting items in our walls…for example PEG BOARD!! No wonder that bathroom was so drafty, HA! Behind the shower, we found some black mold, a few rotten studs, and floor boards, which is exactly why we didn’t use this bathroom for showering! There was a large crack in the floor of the shower and I could never quite get the shower to look clean enough for my liking.
Clearing out the old bathroom and the removal of the old closet.
Removing the closet completely opened up the space.
We put the small linen closet, two 30″ vanities, and toilet all in the space of the master closet.
Our “wet room” was created in the footprint of the old master bathroom. My carpenter thought I was absolutely crazy for wanting the tub and shower in one room until I found two pictures on the internet of this concept. Both of these are exceptional design and the inspiration for our master bathroom!
The picture above is a design by Kriste Michelini, she created this fabulous bathroom in her home.
Pulp Design Studios designed this ultra chic bathroom for a client. I wish I had that much space in our wet room!
I’m proud of how wet room turned out next to these fabulous designers!