The second story of this turn-of-the-century home contained the
living room area, a two room bathroom suite and a very narrow hallway.
To create a better flow to the upstairs, the owner elected to expand
the hallway by scaling down the bath space.
Working closely with the architect, one room of the bath suite
was reconfigured to eliminate a wall, which widened the hallway.
That space now holds the bench and stained glass windows. The
remaining wall was reconstructed so that it curved, creating an
pleasing look and allowing space to include a new shower stall,
toilet and pedestal sink.
Architect: Towers & Miller