Minor changes to the layout of a modestly sized master bath transformed it into the space of these homeowners’ dreams. Designer Gail Drury downsized the vanity and moved the toilet a few feet to allow the addition of a whirlpool tub and new shower enclosure in the redesigned space.  A former linen closet accommodates the new glass shower enclosure. Other space-saving tricks include the addition of a shallow-depth linen cabinet, decorative open shelving and open vanity to make the room appear more spacious.  Photo 9 of 11 in These 10 Designers Are Experts at Creating Colorful Bathrooms That Pop
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New York City–based designer Jenny Wolf  used mirrors and patterns for this windowless bathroom. Tall mirrored medicine cabinets and a glass shower amplify light from the interior fixtures, brightening up the space. Wolf used built-in cabinets to save floor space. A herringbone wood floor gives the illusion of a larger and warmer bath.  Photo 11 of 11 in These 10 Designers Are Experts at Creating Colorful Bathrooms That Pop
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