Relocated to a large dressing closet, the bath grew to 148 square feet and gained natural light.
What They Did:
1. Replaced the windows with casements, centering two over the tub and giving the third over to the shower area.
2. Thickened the entry wall to hold built-ins and add presence to the doorway.
3. Used frameless glass to enclose the shower, which disperses natural light. A toweling-off area sits just outside.
4. Gave the toilet its own room.
Pro Tip: "We placed the windows high over the tub for privacy, then emphasized their vertical lines by extending the trim to frame open shelves below."—Aleck Wilson, architect, San Francisco