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In a Craftsman-era house designed by the great Bay Area architect Bernard Maybeck, a teenager’s bedroom co-habits with less than a half-bath; it’s a bedroom-plus-sink combination. When the homeowners decide their son is due for an upgrade, the plan is to colonize the room’s closet for a bath expansion. But what about the lost storage? Author Charles Miller provides play-by-play of the architect’s other chess move. The result is an improved use of space with a net gain over the old closet’s storage, and a full, modern, uncluttered bath.
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