Before designer Claudia Giselle of New York City-based Claudia Giselle Design stepped in, this glamorous and open bathroom was dark, dated and dysfunctional.
The toilet was the first item in sight upon entering the bathroom. Giselle proposed swapping the location of that and the vanity for a more appealing entrance and more storage space.
By changing out the enclosed shower wall for glass, Giselle immediately opened up the bath to more light and space.
Marble countertops – as well as marble tiles on the floor, walls and ceiling – give the bath a luxurious and welcoming tone.
All the wood, textile and stone are working harmoniously, creating visual interest without making the space feel busy.