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When it was time to redo an interesting bathroom setup, a past client of Carolyn Peterson’s called the interior designer to help. The Frontenac home’s master bath has separate his-and-her accommodations with a large closet in the middle that joins them together. For her side of the master bath, the client wanted a light, clean-looking space. Working together, Peterson and her client chose a ceramic tile that looks like marble and used it for both the flooring and walls.

“She had a giant corner bathtub that was kind of dated, so we did a stand-up shower and a new bathtub,” she says. “From there, we made a vanity area and sink vanity.”

Peterson says that as with many home remodel projects, this client had been talking about redoing the master bath for a long time and was “finished talking talk about it and wanted to get started.”

With a corner window and a natural light-shedding skylight, Peterson was able to help the client achieve the soft, feminine feel she wanted for her side.

Carolyn Peterson Design, 314-703-8007, carolynpetersondesign.com

Robyn is LN's digital editor and a staff writer. Proud alumna of Notre Dame High School in St. Louis and Eastern Illinois University. Avid coffee drinker, dog lover, concertgoer and word nerd.

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