Master Bathroom Remodel
When Sarah & Stephanie moved into their home, they inherited a “cave” and several homeowner fixes that needed to be corrected and updated.
We worked on Sarah's parents' master bathroom renovation before, and we were excited to work on their home. They asked us to completely remove all existing items like cabinets, shower, tub, and vanity items.
We replaced the bulky shower and dark vanity with light and airy. The shower walls are a light cream and beige veined porcelain paired with a hexagon shower floor. The niche is a large format tile, by using a large format 17X47 tile we did not have grout in the niche creating a large seamless niche.
They wanted a designated dry off area where the tub was. This flex space can be used for a bench to prepare to shower in their open concept shower.
One element that was a problem was the vanity area. The lighting was difficult. The light above them was resting on the bridge and was not secured to the unit, the mirrors were nonfunctional, and the sinks did not work for them.
By removing these issues, we created more storage in the vanity with all the additional drawers and storage mirrors. The countertop is from Silestone.
The green and cream combination elevate a crisp and clean contrast with the brushed and white sinks. The lighting was significantly improved and illuminates the new LVP flooring.
Sarah provided a review of her remodel experience:
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