Master Bath Remodeling Project Indianapolis

Room For Two – An Old Home Gets a New Master Bath

Many of the old homes we renovate lack a true master bath. In the case of this north side Indianapolis bath remodel, the space was there–it just needed reconfigured. Our clients wanted their cramped bath expanded to create enough room for a dual shower and a dual vanity.

Design by MWHarris

Indianapolis Bath Design Dual Wall Faucets
Dual wall mount faucets by American Standard, Berwick Collection


A High-End Master Bath Transformation and Expansion

The original master bath space in the home included a wall of built-in cabinetry that served as a makeup and dressing vanity. A partition wall separated this small space from the main bath area where the toilet, a single console vanity, and an arched tub alcove were located. Matt’s plan called for the removal of that partition, and a new dual vanity in place of the makeup built-ins. A two person shower would anchor the center of the space, with the toilet tucked away for privacy behind a sandblasted glass partition at the end of the room. A tall storage cabinet would complete the outfit of the new space.

Before and After Floor Plan
The floor plan, showing the master bath design before and after


Washington Township, Indianapolis Master Bath Remodel Features


  • Artistic Zebrano 12″x24″ brushed marble floor tile with Oceanside Elevations glass accents
  • Adex Neri white wall tile and trims with Oceanside Muse custom blend glass mosaic accent wall
  • Oceanside Muse white glass mosaic shower floor
  • Shower and vanity faucets by American Standard–Berwick collection
  • Custom vanity and storage cabinet in quarter-sawn white oak and a gray stain finish
  • Tile wrapped vanity mirror
  • Caesarstone Nougat vanity counter, shower curb, bench top and wall cap



Before & After Video


Bathroom Project Photos



Comments (2)

  1. Modernsauce
    September 6, 2011

    You might hate me now which is cool but that bathroom is so hot I just had to squee a bit over it anyway!

    And yeah – I couldn’t afford you. ; )

  2. Marcus Barns
    September 6, 2012

    Excellent remodel job. Its nice to see craftsmanship at its finest.
    Great website!

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