BATH FOR A BROOD
With four athletic kids living at home, the owners of a circa 1917 Tudor in Chappaqua, New York knew the steam shower and jetted spa tub in their new master-suite addition would be hot commodities. To garner some privacy for themselves and free up the goods for the rest of the family, the couple divided the master bath, installing a sink and toilet in a half-bath separated from the shower-and-tub area. Finished with wainscoting and vintage-look fixtures, the two parts of the bathroom are united by a turn-of-the-century English style that complements the rest of the house. The legginess of the console sink echoes the lines of the tub-filler faucet and helps preserve a feeling of spaciousness.