A home with builder-grade finishes included a master bath that was spacious but poorly designed and mundane in appearance. The owner tapped Davida Rodriguez of Davida’s Kitchen & Tiles to give her a spa bath with an organic, Zen-like vibe.
|A drywall linen closet and enclosed W.C. took up space without offering efficient room for storage.||The W.C. was eliminated and the toilet partially concealed by a floating wall clad in flat pebbles. The linen closet was replaced by a built-in cabinet with hamper and drawers.|
|The owner wished for more surface space than the double vanity allowed.||A single-sink vanity provides surface area; cherry cabinetry matches the nearby cabinet.|
|The standard acrylic shower pan and tub and nondescript flooring made the room boring.||Flat pebble flooring conveys an organic look; the non-skid surface eliminates the need for bathmats.|
|Dull, white tiles imparted no personality or style.||Wood-like porcelain tiles add warmth and interest to the room.|
BATH DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION: Davida Rodriguez, CKD, Davida’s Kitchen & Tiles, Gaithersburg, Maryland. PHOTOGRAPHY: Bob Narod.