A historic home in Edgeworth, built in 1902 and designed by architect Charles Barton Keen, features original woodwork and extensive exterior landscaping details that are still maintained by the current owner. The soon-to-be-college-age family members shared a bathroom with minimal storage, a long narrow floor plan and fixtures badly in need of replacement.
The space was gutted to accommodate new flooring, an improved tub/shower combination that was more generous in size and offered spaces to store personalized toiletries. French doors at the tub allowed for more maneuverability within the bathroom. The double sink vanity, in a vintage style that complemented the period of the home, was designed to cater to teenage girls and their products, along with generous space for towels and robes. Careful thought was given to effective lighting at the sinks. Vintage artwork and accessories serve as focal points.