Tonawanda 2 baths
In place of a pedestal, this hall bath now possesses a beautiful white vanity with undermount sink, levered faucet handles and an electrical outlet in the pull-out drawer for blow dryers and such. Note that the lighting is mounted onto the mirror for better light dispersion.
This Corian-paneled shower has a definite spa quality to it, sporting three shampoo niches, a frameless shower enclosure with a handle that doubles as a towel rack, and no curb for easy accessibility. You would never guess that this used to be a tub! The showerhead is mounted on a slider bar so that any height is achievable, and lever handles make the valves easy to control. The principles of universal design united with stylish aesthetics….
Another purrrrfectly satisfied client!
In this striking design for aging-in-place, the open-door tub fits right in with the stylish color palette and custom tiled mosaic seen reflected in the mirror. A wheelchair can pull directly up to the sink, and transfer to the tub is made simple. The tub can even be used as a shower with the inclusion of a frameless glass enclosure and shampoo niche.
Seen in this photo, the transfer tub door and shower doors are open and beckoning – who wouldn’t want to use this as both?! Warm towels from the free-standing towel heater are waiting below the eye-catching design mural of foxes at play.
These beautiful counters of Okite engineered material are really quite breathtaking, and tie in beautifully with the art piece in the wall. Another unusual find in the bathroom is the wall-mounted, single lever faucet, making a handsome appearance over the rectangular undermount sink.
This photograph emphasizes the manner in which the shower doors catch the shower water fall by closing just inside of the tub. A hand-held spray unit and levered faucet handles maintain the design intent for aging-in-place.
The wall-hung, tankless toilet provides more space in the room. The dual-flush panel is located above the toilet in the mosaic accent that goes around the room.