Remodeled 1970s Japanese-Style Master Bath
Before: 1970s master bathroom with single sink, earth-tone colors, small shower, and inexpensive materials
Remodeled 1970s Japanese-Style Master Bath features a custom two-person cherry lavatory cabinet, luxurious stone and tiles, tile flooring with unique inclusion of decorative wall tiles, larger shower with custom tile, improved lighting and ventilation. Everything is updated, but the architectural integrity remains.
Remodeled 1970s Japanese-Style Master Bath features a custom cherry lavatory, stone countertop, and luxurious stone splash. Now there are individual mirrors over the lavatory sinks, with bronze sidelights for best task lighting.
Remodeled 1970s Japanese-Style Master Bath has a larger shower with a corner bench, custom tile, and luxurious plumbing fixtures — and a grab bar for safety.
There was a dark single lavatory cabinet in the original bathroom that was dominated by “earth tone” colors. The shower was very small. The remodeled 1970s Japanese-style master bath was made larger by borrowing space from the adjacent guest bathroom, and unused space adjacent to the closet was incorporated. The contemporary bathroom has a Japanese feeling, with a custom lavatory cabinet with two sinks. Tile chosen for the new shower and flooring is elegant, and the mix of field tile and decorative inserts is uniquely interesting. The new shower has a rainhead shower head and a personal shower, a large corner bench, and storage for personal-care products. The color scheme is updated earth tones to fit the homeowners’ taste while maintaining architectural integrity with the home. Other bathrooms in this project have links below the pictures.
Other bathrooms in this project include: Powder room transformation into an accessible bathroom and Guest bathroom update.