Our Conshohocken client wanted their primary bathroom to better meet their needs. In this project, we kept the existing footprint of the bath but regained lost or poorly assigned space by rearranging elements in the room. We removed an outdated and very large tub to make room for a second vanity station so the two users of the bathroom each had their own space. We increased the size of the very small existing shower to be more comfortable and for visual impact in the room. A few unique design elements include the intentional omission of a shower door – for less glass to clean; a heated exhaust fan – to keep the vaulted space warm; and the lowered shower niche – for organized product storage that doubles as a footrest! The niche was a particular element that required a structural header to ensure proper support. Our client’s completed new primary bath excels in functionality and beauty!