His-and-Her Master Bath

A cramped bathroom with an awkward layout gets a new floor plan and some much-needed elbow room.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionSeparate sinks reflect each of the couple’s personalities, but still mesh very well together.
To solve the space issue, separate sinks, in two distinct styles, are placed on opposite sides of the room. A glass pedestal sink works great for him. The sink’s wooden base adds a perfect touch of masculine color and texture. For her, a furniture-style vanity (see the first After photo) provides plenty of storage and counter space. The vanity suits many different design styles. The overall look and hardware have a casual, contemporary feel, while the distressed finish lends a touch of shabby-chic. The white Carrera-marble top adds plenty of elegance.

For specific product information, click on the first After photo of the room.

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