Asian-Inspired Primary Bathroom Remodel in Birmingham, MI

Asian-Inspired Primary Bathroom Remodel in Birmingham, MI

There were several reasons why these Birmingham homeowners opted to remodel their primary bathroom. The layout was dysfunctional and difficult to manage; they had an old corner deck tub that took up a lot of space; and the materials were outdated. They were ready for a change. 

As a transplanted family from Japan, our clients dreamt of an Asian-inspired bathroom designed for relaxation. To create the ideal space they envisioned, we completely reorganized the bathroom layout and adjacent walk-in closet. By moving the closet and re-designing the bathroom, we were able to maximize 120 sq. ft. of space to create the bathroom of their dreams.

A revised window layout allowed us to create a separate toilet room and a large wet room, incorporating a 5′ x 5′ shower area with a built-in undermount air tub. The shower has every feature the homeowners wanted, including a large rain head, separate shower head and handheld for specific temperatures and multiple users.  In lieu of a free-standing tub, the undermount installation created a clean built-in feel and gave the opportunity for extra features like the air bubble option and two custom niches. 

Unique to this bathroom is the singular wall hung vanity wall. Horizontal bamboo mixed perfectly with the oversized porcelain tiles, clean white quartz countertops and black fixtures. Backlit vanity mirrors kept the minimalistic design intact.

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