Bathrooms

Baths are private spaces where you can indulge yourself. Morris Black Designers see bath design as the perfect blending of the practical with pampering. Whatever you want – furniture-style vanities, walk-in doorless showers, heated floors, or just a more convenient way to store toiletries – our Designers will provide the creativity, skill, ingenuity and materials to create a space where you’ll love to start and end your day.

Master Bath Remodel

Before
This master bath had a standard fiberglass shower unit. The deep linen closet was just inside the entrance to the bathroom, and opening the closet door prevented traffic from entering.

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After
A larger walk-in shower was created, with tiled half-walls topped by a granite ledge and granite shelves and a granite shower seat. The tiled mosaic floor matched the tile listello at eye level. Two shower heads were installed – both hand-held and a rain shower head. A new, shallower door/drawer cabinet was created for easy access to towels and sundries, in cherry to match the vanity.
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Cherry Master Bath with Laundry

Before
This pink and gray master bath was on the main floor, but the laundry was in the basement. The owners wanted to update the bath, and wondered if room could be found for a laundry.

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After
With some careful space planning, the Morris Black designer was able to make room for both a spa-like master bath and a full-sized under-counter washer and dryer. The tub was removed, a corner shower was added, and the vanity was moved to the opposite wall. A custom cabinet was designed for towel storage. Inset Cherry cabinets, a granite countertop and tile floor added elegant touches. The new enlarged windows have a cherry valance and privacy blinds to add lots of natural light.

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Stone Shower

This 100-year-old stone home had an addition added in the 1950s for the master bath. The owners wanted a shower to replace the tub, and to enjoy the view from the window.

The original foot-thick exterior wall was exposed when the existing tub was removed. The designer made use of the wall as a design feature in the new shower, and worked carefully with the installer to make sure the water would drain away from the wall. A frameless glass wall with a pivot door was added, and a small bump-out wall accommodated the plumbing for the multiple shower heads.

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Second Floor Laundry in Master

Before
The owners wanted a remodeled bath, and wanted the convenience of a second floor laundry in this master bath, just off their bedroom.

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After

The designer annexed a small room with a shower and toilet area, and replaced it with a privacy half wall. A seldom used Jacuzzi was replaced with a full-sized washer and dryer. New maple Yorktowne cabinets painted Chiffon were installed for storage of laundry products. Giallo Napoleone granite was selected for the countertops, sink and shelves in the shower.
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On the opposite wall, a new double shower with glass walls and door was installed. Tall towel storage is tucked next to the shower. The new sit-down makeup area separates the double vanities with undermount sinks. This spacious, functional master bath is now steps away for both laundry and relaxing.

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Contemporary Vanity

Before
The master bath in this 1980’s condo was ready for a complete remodeling. The owners wanted to keep the window, but make room for a double vanity where a single had previously existing.

After
The Morris Black designer gave the homeowners a modern vanity with frameless doors, elegant granite countertop and double square undermount sinks. A niche under the larger medicine cabinet mirror was kept to store small cosmetics. A second medicine cabinet was added that opens to cover the window and has a mirror on the back side of the door. Clever solution!

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