This upstairs bathroom in a Bungalow-style family home originally had all-sloped ceilings, limited floor space, and no possibility for a shower. An architectural change in the roof, combined with a structural change in exterior walls, allowed for an expansion. The new bathroom is divided by a pocket door into two sections, maximizing function and number of users. Crisp white woodwork and a calm color palette unite to give this bathroom its serene sensibility.

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