Faced with placing a bathroom in an interior space lacking windows, we found innovative ways to add natural light. A glass-blocked portion of the wall between the master bedroom and bath maintains privacy while letting light flow into the bath. Reflective aqua glass-tiled walls help bounce the existing light around. We visually enlarged the space by covering the end wall with a mirror, which also effectively doubled the light. Minimal bath cabinetry and hardware, and creamy countertops also keep the space from feeling crowded.
Brushed nickel, arched neck faucets and contemporary vessel sinks from Kohler offer fresh takes on traditional style. A long wall in the walkway from the bedroom was perfect for cube storage. A flip-top bench and robe rack beside the cubes help organize daily bath clutter. A roomy walk-in closet includes a convenient stacking Maytag washer and dryer.