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Architect Visit: Instant Bath Remodel by Uniform Design

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Architect Visit: Instant Bath Remodel by Uniform Design

Christine Chang Hanway November 11, 2011

Contemplating a bathroom update but short on time, money, and energy? New York–based designer Magdalena Keck (a member of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory) and architect Urszula Bochinska founded Uniform Design to expedite the process and to make it more affordable. The duo provides designs, materials, and finishes for four styles of bathrooms: loft, minimalist, naturalist, and townhouse; they'll even help you hire a contractor. The price for the design starts at $250 for the Basic Package. Go to Uniform Design for more information.

Photography by Jeff Cate.

Above: The Naturalist style features stone surfaces and wood accessories.

Above: The Naturalist design was adapted to this 34-square-foot bathroom.

Above: Simple accessories (a bamboo soap dish) add a spa-like note.

Above: The color palette of the Naturalist style is simple and unified.

Above: A frameless shower door with minimalist chrome hardware.

Above: A built-in ledge in the shower provides storage for essentials.

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