There’s something magical about creating a bathroom and primary suite in a home that is almost 100 years old and making it look like it’s always been there. There’s the question of where to hide all the new plumbing lines, where to put the radiator and supply lines, and how to conceal the air conditioning ducts. We were able to conceal all of these elements without bulkheads while staying within the footprint of the original home by using existing closets and part of a guest bedroom.
The new bathroom space and closets were designed by Greenleaf craftsmen in collaboration with the owner and incorporated elements of the original house including trim work and doors. Fixtures from Restoration Hardware, plumbing products from Kohler, and a custom frameless shower enclosure are supported by a Carrera marble tile. Greenleaf’s cabinet maker designed and custom built the dressing area cabinets in the bathroom vestibule.