Molly Loughney, lead designer for Fitch Hill in Phoenix – along with her husband and general contractor Chris Loughney – was hired to build an addition onto a 1950s house to accommodate a 600-sq.-ft. master suite.
“The clients’ taste is more modern/contemporary, so clean lines and textural elements brought their bathroom design together,” said Loughney, who engaged them in the process through a vendor visit.
The clients wanted a grander entry into the master bath from the bedroom, so the designer chose a barn door that would not swing out into the space.
The porcelain shower floor and insert feature a whimsical basket-weave pattern, and white subway tile makes up the remainder of the shower.
Her clients loved the idea of a natural wood vanity to break up the cool tones of the tile and plumbing fixtures.
The 24-in. by 42-in. mirrors were crafted by the same tradesperson who installed the shower glass. This was more cost efficient than choosing a similar mirror style online.