Working in stages, this project renovated both bathrooms in a traditional Oakland bungalow. On the main floor, the hall bath re-organized the plumbing fixtures for a more efficient layout and replaced a clawfoot tub with a custom shower. This more public room adheres to the traditional feel of the house, using classic white subway tile, preserving the existing beadboard wainscot, and adding a pencil-tile
border on the shower wall. Upstairs, the new master bath skews more eclectic, and borrows just enough space from an adjacent closet to create a more spacious room. Design touches include a customized vanity table, trough sink and wall-mounted faucets, and an arched ceiling in the steam shower.