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Williamsport, MD 21795
Fun and functional designs for custom homes, additions, and renovations in Western MD and the WV Panhandle since 1998. Homeowners and contractors welcome!
Angled wall, you made my job easier.
BEFORE: The double vanity of the master bath.
AFTER: I shifted the wall between the two baths by 12" into the master bath, because the hall bath needed more width. They still had plenty of room for a new vanity against the original vanity wall.
Before: the master bath tub was oversized and underused, while the constantly-used shower was too small.
AFTER: the original tub was replaced by a modern smaller tub with a tiled platform. This gave the clients the opportunity to have a much larger shower.
AFTER: The new toilets in both bathrooms share the same new angled wall, which is practical for the waste lines.
BEFORE: The dilemma: master bath linen closet door was right where the owners wanted to hang a towel rack. I rotated the closet 90 degrees to give them a wall for it.
AFTER: now that the linen closet door is rotated 90 degrees, there's a dedicated alcove in front of the shower entry, with towels on two walls. Problem solved!
The new shower is not only wider but also deeper -- with a bench that's super-handy for leg-shaving. Ladies.
HALL BATH BEFORE: the toilet was set way back in a narrow alcove.
AFTER: This toilet backs up to the new master bath one, on an angled wall that gives the toilet/tub area much more floor space. Bonus: room in the corner for a much-needed linen closet.
BEFORE: The hall bath vanity in the narrow bathroom.
AFTER: The hall bath wall to the right has been moved 12" into the old master bath, so that this bathroom is 12" wider from vanity to opposite wall. It makes a world of difference.