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An Upper Arlington couple wanted to do something other than just update their poorly designed 1970's bath. They wanted to add a whirlpool tub, separate shower, two bowl vanity and extra space.

Simply removing the existing fixtures would not create the new master bath they were looking for. The creative design of R. J. Landis determined that an adjoining closet in the second floor hall could be used to allow enough space in the bathroom to make the plan a reality. Since there were other closets in the upstairs hall, losing one closet would not affect their storage space. With the additional two feet from the adjoining closet, the master bath could be redesigned to incorporate all the desires the homeowners had for their new master bath.

The new design required the bathroom to be completely torn out, leaving only the toilet in its original location. A large two-person corner whirlpool tub was placed in the space where the original shower and adjoining closet were located. To maintain proper floor space, a corner shower was placed diagonally across the new bath where the original vanity was. The original door to the bath was moved approximately 18" to provide wall space for the new two-bowl vanity. Halogen lighting was used throughout the new master bath design to make it appear bright and open. Granite countertops with stainless undermount sinks, ceramic tile, and clear glass were used to give that bath a timeless and classic look.

Many older bathrooms do not have the necessary space to provide for the features that homeowners are looking for. "Ron's ability to creatively use space gave us the perfect master bath that had all the amenities we desired," said the homeowner about their new master bath. "It's amazing how just a few feet make all the difference".
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