When Delia Kenza was first commissioned by a client to renovate her Brooklyn apartment, the bathroom wasn’t part of the plan: “We did a gentle renovation,” recalls the designer. “At the time she thought, ‘the bathroom is okay, I can live with it.'”
Fast forward a few years, and Kenza got another call: “She was like, ‘Okay, I’m tired of this bathroom—let’s get it done,'” Kenza says. Luckily, since the client had already entrusted Kenza with the rest of her home, she was open to letting her take the reins for the subsequent reno.
“I had kind of developed a