Reno Q & A

with Geneviève Joyal

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We live in Lindenwoods and our outdated ensuite isn’t functional for our daily routine. The shower is very small and we’ve barely ever used the oversized jetted tub. The space is quite large yet the current layout is wasteful. Privacy is very limited because the toilet is in plain view … What do you suggest in order for us to have the spa-like retreat we’ve always dreamed of?
- Candice


In this case, it’s time to breakup with obsolete floor plans. To maximize the spaciousness of this ensuite it’s been divided in two with a ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ side. The ‘dry’ area includes the toilet, which has been rotated and concealed by a tall pony wall to create a sense of seclusion. This space also houses the six foot wide floating vanity that provides ample storage for everything from toothbrushes to fluffy towels. The elegant walnut finish offers durability, natural texture and pairs nicely with a trendy acrylic pull. Over on the ‘wet’ side a raised platform showcases this lavish Victoria & Albert soaker tub. An open concept shower like this one always deserves a custom niche to keep products at hand and the floor clutter free. A single row of river stone defines the border and enhances this restorative aesthetic that will be enjoyed for years to come.

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