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In an ever-evolving homestead on the Connecticut River, this bath serves two guest bedrooms as well as the Master.


In renovating the original 1983 bathspace and its unusual 6ft by 24ft footprint, our design divides the room's functional components along its length. A deep soaking tub in a Sepele wood niche anchors the primary space. Opposing entries from Master and guest sides access a neutral center area with a sepele cabinet for linen and toiletries. Fluted glass in a black steel frame creates discretion while admitting daylight from a South window in the 6ft by 8ft river-side shower room.

Design: Natalie Leighton and Tim Hess 

Shower door: Shaw Welding

Builder: Classic Colonial Homes

Photography: Natalie Leighton 

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