Carnemark Design + Building

2017 Design Award Winner: Bathroom over $60,000

September 06, 2017
carnemark bathroom design award

Carnemark Design + Build, Bethesda, Md. 

Designer: Jonas Carnemark

Photographer: Anice Hoachlander

The juxtaposition of the two types of large-format porcelain tile combines masculine minimalism with an earthy, organic appeal. 

The street-facing window in the shower space posed a challenge in overcoming homeowners association rules on front-of-the-house modifications (that is, there can be none). The solution was to install a thick pane of frosted glass with graphic clear banding—transparent enough to let in sunlight, but not enough to compromise privacy—eliminating the need to alter the wall. 

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For the money spent and the space available there should be a bathtub or at least a soaking tub.

This client wanted the soaking tub removed because he never used it. The large, accessible walk-in shower is where it used to be. We are seeing this trend more and more!

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