This home near Indianapolis was built in the 1980s. Though modern by standards of the time, it no longer met the functional nor aesthetic desires of the owners. The master bath was large, but clunky in its floor plan with wasted space and minimal lighting. The space was gutted and reorganized into functional areas that could easily accommodate the simultaneous use of both homeowners. Updated features included a double vanity, large walk-in spa shower, and heated floor. As part of the remodel, a skylight and enlarged window now flood the space with natural light.
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The bathroom and closet spaces were reconfigured and doubled in size by relocating multiple walls and removing a sunken hot tub. Multiple walls were relocated to reconfigure the bathroom and closet spaces. A heated floor system with a programmable thermostat was added for comfort.
The gorgeous cherry-stained double-sink vanity with marble counter top adds plenty of storage and even hidden outlets for using bathroom appliances. This updated master bath complements the design of its adjacent bedroom.
This enlarged shower includes a seat for comfort and two sources of water for an enhanced shower experience. The mixture of tile creates an elegant feel to the space. Two recessed niches provide ample storage for soaps, shampoos, and other bathing essentials. Note the wall tile is the same used on the bathroom floor.
We added a window seat using the same marble as the vanity. A lovely stained glass piece provides privacy and ties in the colors found in the marble and the bedroom decor.
The panoramic view of this elegant bathroom remodel in Geist, Indiana shows the judicious use of space and multiple functional areas. It is an ideal layout for a master bath and reflects the needs and esthetics of today's homeowners.