The 70s was a great era, but it was time to part with it in this Cottonwood Heights, UT master bathroom. This project was a complete demolition. From plumbing and electrical to drywall and new paint.

The existing bathtub was removed and the space was re-framed for the new design.

An extra large shower with a Euro (frameless) shower door aided in enlarging the space. The alternating, stacked subway tiles on the shower walls, penny tiles on the floor and recessed shampoo shelf with a chevron tile design gives dimension to this oasis.

What gives this master bathroom a spa-like feel:

  • Rain shower head
  • Shower bench
  • Tile floor that mimics a wood effect
  • Floating wood shelves
  • Brushed nickel fixtures and streamlined vanity pulls

A new linen cabinet with double doors, several deep shelves and laundry hamper pull outs all with a soft-close feature added much needed bathroom storage that did not exist before.

Adding to convenience and aesthetic is a double basin, large wood-framed mirror and solid-surface quartz counter top with additional vanity storage below.