Merit Award: All in Order

With minimal disruption to the main living areas, this careful remodel of a bathroom in an old home creates a serene space.

Pursley Architecture answered the clients' needs for a spa-like master bath with this contemporary design. For minimal disruption to the 1930's-era home, Hubert Whitlock Builders created an entrance through the window.

Tongue-and-groove wood paneling is maintained throughout each wall, melding the axes of the space.

Structural issues: Pursley Architecture and HWB worked together to navigate beams and other structural elements to install the plumbing features without disturbing the plaster dining room ceiling, located below the master bath. Lighting and drains were moved to accommodate the existing structure.

The antique oak vanity, custom-built to resemble furniture, as well as the wainscoting, tumbled marble floor laid in a basket weave pattern, and soapstone countertop and backsplash help connect the design to the 1930s-era home.

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