This master bathroom remodel was a total gut job, with a new design of the entire bathroom space. And boy did it turn out beautiful! The old design included alcoves for each area (I.e., toilet, shower, tub) which sectioned off the bathroom. These alcoves created different ceiling heights throughout, making the bathroom look choppy and not cohesive. So, we started from scratch, with the exception of the column between the shower and the toilet as it included plumbing into a second bathroom. We decided to take advantage of this column and the soaring ceiling heights in the new design, for a dramatic effect. These clients preferred warmer tones instead of a cooler grey palette, so we incorporated a wood stained vanity cabinet, beautiful ivory marble looking tile in the shower and kept the wood paneled doors and window trim. A linen closet was added for additional storage, which is always useful. Since the bathroom was so spacious, it allowed us to get creative with the tile selections and patterns. There was a total of (4) different tile collections as well as (6) different size/shapes of tile used. One really cool aspect of this bathroom is the half wall between the tub and a shower. This wall allowed us to discreetly put a grab bar in the shower for aging in place considerations.