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BEFORE

Drawing Board Kitchen + Bath

Spa Retreat

Drawing Board Kitchen + Bath A McLean couple hired Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes to transform their dated, poorly functioning bathroom into a spa-like retreat. Principal Sonny Nazemian designed a light-filled, contemporary master bathroom that offers functionality, relaxation, and style.

Then Now
The bathroom was small and cramped. There was no room for a separate shower, which was on the couple's wish list. An adjacent linen closet was converted into a walk-in shower. The original tub was replaced by a lavish soaking tub with a micro-bubble system.
A single vanity with one sink made it difficult for husband and wife to use the bathroom at the same time. Two custom vanities provide his-and-her sink areas. Though the closet is gone, the vanities now provide ample storage.
A dated look made the bathroom unappealing. The owners found the lines of the room harsh and uninviting. The new bathroom is clad in large-format porcelain tile, with glass-tile accents in the shower. The curved lines of the pebble-tile surface around the tub soften the look of the space.

 

Renovation Construction & Bath Design: Sonny Nazemian, CID, CR, CKBR, Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, Fairfax, Virginia. 

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