Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel7 Photos
Using the footprint of the original cramped en-suite, the tub was removed and replaced with a glass front shower to make the space appear larger. Placing the beautiful porcelain 12 x 24 tile vertically on the wall added visual height to the tiny space, while the horizontal flow of the back splash throughout created a widening effect. Tall cabinetry with clean white glass fronts add extra storage and height. Though small in size, this Master Bath is filled to the brim with functional, modern, and glamourous touches.

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

The mosaic backsplash and dark tile add drama to this space challenged bathroom. The custom height cabinetry is higher than standard, allowing for additional storage. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

The dark grey quartz counter top works beautifully with the random strip mosaics. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

The mosaic back splash continues into the shower and cubby for visual interest. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

White gloss slab cabinetry add a contemporary feel to the space. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

Another great way to add storage is above the toilet. The upper cabinets are higher than standard with open shelving for toiletry or towels. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

Note the tiled surround behind the toilet to create a more seamless look, as does the wide banding of the mosaic tile continuing into and wrapping around the shower walls. Photo: WW Design Studio

Hidden Valley Master Bath Remodel

Dramatic results in a small space! Photo: WW Design Studio