Sarah Trotter is the mastermind behind her team’s artful conversion of an old garage into a studio apartment. Presenting the tropical bathroom with brick walls that reflect the building’s past and present. Hearth combined the weathered wall with a romantic clawfoot tub (upholstered second-hand and painted green) and a large-leaved Monstera deliciosa, which together give the space a tropical vibe. The sink and storage space are neatly combined in a built-in wooden vanity that acts as a room divider: bathtub on one side, toilet on the other. The large round mirror visually enlarges the rooms. The vanity extends to the ceiling beams and offers cabinets and shelving. What a chic look!