Having a hallway bathroom enhances a dwelling and only adds to its functionality and appeal. Homeowners and their families can enjoy the extra space that’s usable and offers a certain degree of convenience as well.
During a job we had at a Hampton Bays residence, we installed a shower tower, which typically incorporates a shower head, hand shower and controls into a single elongated column. In the case of this project we fit all of the controls into one unit.
Additionally, we designed a custom shower niche made from a strong mahogany wood coated with a marine grade lacquer to maintain its pristine quality. This created a practical solution for the homeowner and creates a nice focal point in the shower area that allows for the storage of bath accessories without taking up any precious space.
The hardwood floor compliments the mahogany shower niche nicely and really ties the bathroom together by giving it a more uniform look.
The top shelf has little holes drilled into it so that when a soap sponge is placed on it the suds don’t collect, but instead drip down into the tub. Since the shower shelf had a pitch, all of the water and soap drains directly into the tub as well.
We installed a barn style 3/8 tempered glass shower door with no track beneath it. It’s completely frameless and there are no tracks for the shower door on the walls either. Instead, a heavy-duty track system was installed in the ceiling. This design choice allows for an easy clean of the tub and shower area since there are no tracks on the walls or tub to present any obstruction.
We installed a jacuzzi tub that distributes air equally, resulting in a consistent flow of bubbles throughout the tub.