Chapel Hill, North Carolina
There was concern about clothing being so close to the dampness associated with bathrooms. The space is a long rectangle. So we designated one end for the closet and the other end for closed cabinets to protect clothing. The other end holds the shower equipped with a powerful but silent fan just outside the shower door. The vibrant porcelain tile planks across the floor from clothing area to shower, up the shower wall and onto the ceiling. This bold move not only ties the room together but also creates a bit of drama in their spa shower.
Architect: Heather R.B. Washburn, AIA
Architectural & Interior Design: Calico Studio, PLLC
Contractor: Ballard Construction GC
Photographer: Keith Isaacs