The master bathroom in this 1992 Beaverton home needed a refresh. While the footprint remained the same, the room had to be reimagined to maximize potential. Expanding the shower, removing the dated, built-in bathtub with pink tile, and adding a sleek, freestanding bath tub help elevate the space. The timeless design pops with a mix of materials and textures, and the cabinet color was a bold choice that paid off!
- Expanded tile shower to fill dead space between shower and window wall
- Replaced large, unused jetted tub with a sleek, freestanding tub and floor-mounted tub filler
- Added more functional storage with vanity tower cabinet