This interesting second floor bath in Hope Valley blends a variety of earth tones and light with creative shapes. The tile shower is deep enough to allow for the absence of a door or curtain at the opening. A round window is set deep in the cavity of the mansard roof overhang, allowing for a tiled niche as a windowsill. Notice the recessed shelving tucked in and about the partition walls; a cost effective solution to eliminating a vanity cabinet. Other interesting touches include a pocket entry door and natural cork flooring. A guest bath on the other side of the sink wall was remodeled at the same time with slightly less expense and complexity to the fixtures and finishes.