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After: With the tub gone, Klimala had room to install a good-size steam shower of 4 by 5 feet. It has a bench on the right that’s about 16 inches deep. Transoms at the top of the enclosure pop open to let the steam out after a shower.

“My clients really wanted a circular window in the shower,” Klimala says. “I riffed off the circular shape with a marble mosaic shower floor tile with a circular pattern.” She repeated the mosaic tile in the back of the shower niches. Also worth noting is that she had the trim around the window crafted of quartz to prevent water damage.

The designer opted for a large-format tile on the walls in and around the shower. “This minimized grout lines, making it easier to keep clean,” she says.

The bathroom floor is a porcelain tile in a herringbone pattern. Klimala layered in a vintage rug to add some color and warmth to the room. This photo also shows the way she flattened out as much of the ceiling as possible for a calmer look. The dormer pockets are the only angled portions that remain — one of them can be seen above the vanity on the right. You can see the one across the room in the mirror’s reflection.

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