The couple buying this house while it was under construction decided against the "his" and "her" baths layed out in the original plans, opting to turn the two rooms into a shared master bath and a sitting room. So architect Jay Haverson designed a luxurious retreat that meets the needs of both users, while reflecting the formal aesthetic of the stone-and-shingle home.
Here, two Toto sinks create distinct grooming areas. Matching medicine cabinets flanking the mirror provide separate storage areas, as do the double-vanity cabinets by Hibernian Millwork. The drawers are meant for shared items.