From Adding a Bath Without Adding On
, This Old House magazine, June 2006
The architect raised the roof 7 feet to open up a tiny upstairs space in a 1916 Craftsman, and it's as if he let the sky in—with skylights and a window in the shower that streams light through the central showerhead's cascading waters. The pendant lights are almost reform-schoolish. Along with the steam shower's heavy-metal appearance (all those chrome fixtures, all that water shooting out from multiple sources, the black of the granite seat), there's a real edge to this room that belies the high blue ceiling's easy optimism. This bathroom serves both a slap and a tickle, and that's what makes it so hot.
—Betsy Andrews, Online Editor