Banding together

A remodel results in plenty of space for these owners to relax in their master suite

A closet was relocated to allow for what had been separate vanities—one in the hall and one in the bath—to be combined in one 15-foot-long sweeping section.

An oversized, frameless glass shower, with a built-in bench, was the homeowners’ preference rather than a traditional bathtub.

Frameless glass wraps two sides of this zero-clearance walk-in shower for a clean, minimalistic look.

The staircase, entry and hallway show the banding treatment that was continued from the first floor to the second.

The master bedroom’s Brazilian tiger wood floors are an element that was picked up from the earlier first-floor remodel.

By reconfiguring the floor plan, the couple gained a new sitting area in their master bedroom.

A walk-in closet, tucked inside the bathroom area, helps keep things tidy in the master bedroom.

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