A 1916 Arts and Crafts bungalow might be just right for a party of two. But when baby made three, this family outgrew their small upstairs bathroom. A remodel resulted in a two-part master bathroom that includes a half-bath accessed from the hall and separated from the main bath. The bath's vintage look—hexagonal black-and-white floor tile, goosneck faucets, console sinks—is in keeping with the home's early-20th-
century origins. A 12-inch-deep built-in below the vanity mirror allows for drawer, cabinet, and shelf storage.