The leftmost cabinet above the Duravit bathtub (equipped with KWC fixtures) occupies the space where a doorway once lead into the living room, creating unnecessary traffic from the home’s public spaces through to the master bedroom.The new bathroom features a minimal palette of white and teak. “It’s able to hold up on boat decks so is good for a bathroom,” Klug says. It also makes the heated floor that much nicer to walk on in the morning.

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“Whenever you’re making a minimal bathroom, you always have issues with storage,” Klug says. The wall-hung Duravitsink leaves no place “to put all your junk,” so Klug and Butz added small shelf above. The space to the right, which appears as an extension of the shelf is actually a panel that hides access to the water tank of the wall-hung toilet, also by Duravit.Photo by 

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Before the renovation, the bathroom served as both the master bath as well as the powder room, creating unnecessary traffic between the private and public spaces of the house. Butz and Klug found a solution by uniting the master bathroom (which had been separated into two rooms by prior remodels) and adding a guest bathroom. Photo courtesy of 

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