We are planning to remodel our master bathroom. The bathroom currently has the original fixtures that came with the house when the builder finished it. We are now looking to make it our own.
We would like a contemporary design that has the feel of an asian/zen spa. We like the contemporary style. We like the look and feel of Japanese gardens. We don't like the "country" or "cottage" look and feel.
a. What do you want to achieve
We're looking to get a complete design that we can work with for our remodel.
b. What are your expectations/preferences/style etc.
We would like to have the design for the remodel and design elements (fixtures, tile, etc.).
c. Do you only need ideas/concepts, or do you want to execute project eventually?
We will be executing the project soon.
d. Would you like to continue working with the winning designer after competition? Does s/he need to be available on site or be otherwise available if necessary?
We may need small adjustments or minor consultations in the future, but this could be done on the phone or through email.
We would like to remove the tub and extend the shower through where the tub is today. We're thinking either a half height wall with glass on top or a full height wall with some glass (or glass block) in it for the shower. We would like to keep a walk in opening, at the end where the tub is, for the shower (no shower door). We were thinking of using glass block to replace the window as well.
We would like to change the door for the toilet bowl room to be a pocket door, so that we can use more of the space.
We would like to have more storage also. We currently don't have a linen closet.
We would like to use the shoji door in the uploaded picture as the entry door for the bathroom.
We want to try to avoid moving plumbing and walls as much as possible.
We would like the design to be affordable and beautiful. We try to use green design/products if it isn't too expensive.
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