Lymbar Two Baths

Not only does this area of the bath flow cohesively by echoing the glass tile mural of the shower, it incorporates multiple elements of universal design: a TP holder that doesn’t require tension, a grab bar for entry and exit on the tub, and wall-mounted levered handles near the tub for ease of use.

This thoughfully-crafted Master bath contains so many design details that you must continue looking at the accompanying photos! Especially useful is the separate control to the hand-held fixture under the window. From the kitchen-like faucet fixture for washing hair, etc. to the matching wood stain of the mirror and cabinetry, nothing has been spared to make this bathroom your favorite get-away.

The square geometry of this bathroom is synonymous with unity as you begin to notice the to-the-ceiling tile in the wet area, including the pony wall, the obsured glass block window for privacy, the miniature scale square glass tile in the mural (both ends of shower) and the smaller 4x4s on the shower floor (see other photo). Also note the inclusion of two types of shower heads plus hand-held.

Speaking of pony walls, check out the function that this one provides by way of a spacious tiled niche for your batheing products.

A close-up of this mural illustrates the separate control for this showerhead. There is a hand-held fixture with its’ own control valve in other photos. Again, notice that the tile runs all the way to the ceiling and that the glass block window illuminates the glass tile mural.

This view of the bathtub highlights the ample storage space provided at the end of the tub for personal articles. Levered handles, tub grab bar and slide-on TP holder lend to ease of use for everyone.

In this hall bathroom, illumination has been maximized and accessorized with a mirror framed out in bevelled glass strips. The extra large undermount sink has an unusual shape that plays off the painted cabinetry nicely.

Small details add up in this simple photo as you notice the black granite window sill that matches the vanity countertop, the black granite keys that become part of the personalized tile design of the to-the-ceiling shower tile, the tiled-in shampoo niche, the square element of the glass window block and shower tile, and the curved shower rod.

The beauty of black granite is captured in a variety of places in this functional hall bath, from the countertop and backsplash to the window sill and black granite keys in the tile floor pattern and shower walls (see other photo). Universal design is incorporated by selecting a chair-height toilet, levered handles and slide-on TP holder.

The owner required more hanging space and storage, so these two closet additions were created in a cost-efficient manner by placing frosted film on the inside of the glass doors instead of using frosted glass, an approximately 50% savings in cost for them.