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The toilet is the only thing that stayed in its original location. The vanity and sink moved to the right wall where the shower head is in this photo.
This sink was demo'd and part of the mirror wall was removed to become the new shower.
Rough sketch of master bath with actual dimensions noted. Upper right shows the front entry of the house. We pushed into the entry way about 6" to make the shower a little wider.
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Interior Design: Bathroom Remodel #1. 2021

The client has a 1961 ranch style home in Scottsdale, AZ and wanted to remodel her master bath, creating room for a double sink.

Budget: $15,000
Actual: $13,585

We took out a wall and moved the shower into the space that was previously the entry closet. Then, we moved a window which allowed us a large wall space to put two recessed medicine cabinets and long counter with double sinks.

I chose 18 x 36" Essen Gris porcelain tiles from Imperial Tile for a concrete look and ran them in a grid pattern up the wall to the ceiling and into the shower. Shower has a linear drain and shelf niches (lower one functions as foot rest).

Counter top: MSI Statuary Classic Quartz 2cm.

Vanity: Light wood grain Euro cab from HCI.

Fixtures: Moen Vichy chrome one-handle faucets

Mirrors: Kohler Verdera 30" x 24" single door, frameless medicine.

Shower head & faucet: Delta Monitor 14 Series.

Freelance, Full-time
Brett Curtin
Product Development / Design Thinking / Industrial Design Scottsdale, AZ