Before Collage copyThe original master bathroom had an odd layout. There were two closets in the middle of the room that separated the vanity and tub from the toilet and shower.

After tearing everything out of the room, the first thing we did was extend the vaulted ceiling over an additional 4 feet. Mother Nature gave us bit of a challenge early into the project. As we were reframing the ceiling, we experienced a snowstorm, so we had seal the ceiling with plastic to prevent the pipes from freezing.

However, once the storm passed, and we were able to finish enclosing the ceiling once more, the added vault made the room feel larger and more open, and gave us the space needed to include the cabinetry, a shower, jetted tub and toilet room together in the main bathroom area.McDonald Collage.02 copy

The doorway from the master bedroom was moved slightly to make room for a walk-in closet. Inside, closet organizers were installed as well as a pull-down ladder to give the homeowner access to the attic storage area.

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The new vanity was built custom to fit the space and topped with a polished granite countertop. The tall cabinetry on either end has outlets hidden inside. This allows for things like an electric toothbrush, an electric razor and hair dryer to be plugged in, yet hidden, so they don’t clutter the countertop.

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Radiant floor heating was installed under the natural Calacatta marble stone floor tiles. The arch niche above the tub is a nice, and functional, design element, and a rectangular niche was inserted into the marble shower – to hold soap and shampoo. The glass on the shower has “easy clean coating.” While it is an additional cost, we find most of our clients prefer this option to keep their bathroom glass clean.

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Overall, these Lake Oswego homeowners love their new functional, spa-like master bathroom. Look for photos from this Master Bathroom Renovation on our website.

If you’d like to get your bathroom or kitchen remodeling project scheduled with us, give us a call (503) 652-1783.

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