This new master bath, designed to allow two people to get ready at the same time, places the bathtub on one wall and the shower on the opposite. A pair of windows on the wall in between fills the room with light.
Two pedestal sinks occupy the wall opposite the windows, as does the toilet, which has its own compartment. Freestanding fixtures instead of a built-in tub and vanities give the room an old-fashioned look, much like the original 1922 architecture.
Part of an entire second-story addition, the master bath has an angled ceiling that climbs from 7 feet to 10 feet, suggesting the feeling of an attic room.
Continued on page 19: A Bath with a Bay Window