The Art of Capturing Space:

This project provides a creative solution to a common problem in many older homes - how to update and renovate an original 1930’s center hall bathroom without compromising adjacent spaces.

A limited existing footprint was expanded by “capturing” some of the existing closet area on either side of the bathroom.  By designing efficient cabinets and shelving, we were able to eliminate the need for a linen closet and actually increase the amount of storage capacity.  Craftsman Dave Haggard produced the custom cherry and walnut cabinetry.  Glass tiles containing recycled content surround the shower.  A radiant heating system was installed under the new tile floor replacing the existing radiator.  A dual flush toilet was installed to save on water usage.

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