This primary bathroom took on a whole new look and functionality with the design by the owner. The end goal of this remodel was to optimize the room and create a new layout using the existing space. We removed interior walls and incorporated built-in, rift white oak his and her vanities to enlarge the walkway area and designated the toilet and walk-in closet as separate rooms off the side of the common area. A major accomplishment with this project was with the tile and glass work; we used 3 different tile designs one of which were large format tiles for the floor that are strategically arranged to portray the best vein design and custom fit for the size of the bathroom. The shower glass panels have been designed with minimal hardware by adding a channel in the wall to support the glass piece rather than the use of brackets. Lastly, this modern primary room is complete with built-in power outlets in the vanity cabinets to optimize counter space and promote a desired, sleek design.