From Engineering on January 28, 2011 in Bathroom Remodel
We love when sustainability meets beauty in home renovations. And this Japanese-inspired bathroom remodel in by Weston Miles Architects is a prime example. These before photos show a pleasant enough bathroom with bright color and functional traditional cabinetry, though a small sink space, not-so eco-friendly materials, and dim lighting. This after photo shows an incredible remodel that makes use of traditional materials in a modern aesthetic. The focal point is this Japanese soaking tub that the client wanted, and the room grew around that. The room has been opened up for a step-in shower next to the tub, its warm lichen-green balanced against the natural wood of the tub and wood trim. This beautiful remodel exemplifies how a natural and nature-friendly space can also provide Zen-like calm and beauty. What are your thoughts on the remodel? Be sure to let us know in the comments.