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Formal Traditional Bathroom by Sandra Steiner-Houck

2010 NKBA Design Competition - Large Bathroom: First Place

The redesigned bath became smaller but more efficiently customized for the busy empty nest clients. By moving a dividing wall, the designer created the additional square feet the homeowners wanted in their master bedroom, while still allowing for a spacious and luxurious bathroom. A large two-person shower replaced an existing and mostly unused dry sauna, steam shower, and whirlpool tub to better suit the couple¿s fast-paced lifestyle. A striking piece of furniture was designed into the room for linen storage, and a generous vanity space for two easily accommodates both husband and wife. Heavy in detail, the lighting sets a relaxing mood, while rich, warm cherry and burl veneers are paired with natural stone floors to envelope the space in a cozy elegance.

Photo By: ©2009 Peter Leach Photographer
Sandra Steiner-Houck
Steiner & Houck, Inc.
515 Mockingbird Drive
Columbia PA 17512
phone (717) 684-5666
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