It showed individual wardrobes with built-in mirrors and lighting, Carrara worktops and marble tiles on the wall and floor, giving the room a luxurious look. The original home bathroom since 2003 was “brown, wooded and dark,” explains Rick about the 184 square metre room. Just ask Rick and Amy Steinhauser, who appreciate the way their box-style house fits into the lake in Plymouth, Monaco, but who, as frequent travelers, also wanted to have a master bathroom with sophisticated finishes and luxurious equipment that they enjoyed during their stay at the hotel. Individual ceiling cabinets, spacious washbasins with built-in lighting and chess marble floors are practical and polished. In the photo: Obsolete surfaces include a corner bath that absorbs space, and textured tiles with recesses and hard to clean cavities. The company replaced the extensive corner bath with a Carrara marble base and continued the walls with a contrasting chair and black pencil tops. Separate cabinets in the bathroom allow owners to plan every detail from the background lighting to the hairdryer. We renovated our bathroom with paint and carpet to reflect the new bathroom,” says Rick.