The interior design for this master bath included improving the functionality and flow of the space. Previously a jet tub stood beneath a skylight, flanked on either side by the toilet and closet. The remodel included flipping the toilet and linen closet and converting the tub into an open 6x4’ shower. The toilet room now has a door, improving privacy. The shower included a completely custom tile surround, storage niche, body sprays, and transom window to allow light to flow into the rest of the room. Cream-colored tile walls were paired with natural marble 1x1” mosaics for the niche detail and shower floor. In contrast, the bathroom double-vanity was designed to have a more formal look and feel while still complementing the overall color scheme. A centered wall-cabinet added extra storage between the two sinks. Metals selected included satin nickel for a contemporary look. Countertops are a Copper Ridge granite.