Sloped ceilings need not cramp your bathroom design style. This back-to-back vanity design is a clever way to use the space.

The bathroom entry is visible in this before view of the main living area.

The original bathroom was small and cramped and has a single vanity.

The shower has a pebble floor that echoes the rustic look of the stone wall.

The two-sided mirror unit is suspended from stainless steel cables attached to the ceiling and a wall that separates the vanities. The cables and hardware are from Arakawa Hanging Systems (

Designer Rich Norman of Kitchen & Bath Design Center ( The storage unit along the wall was made to match the Ronbow ( vanities. They are made by Custom Wood Products ( A second storage unit is located on the opposite wall.

The bathroom is located in a small city loft above a retail space and used by the owners of the building when they are visiting.

The Kitchen & Bath Design Center’s loft design makes efficient use of the third floor space.

Head Room The shower is tucked under a sloped ceiling behind the pebble mosaic wall, . The back-toback vanities are ideal for the large area in the center of the space where the roof peaks.

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