Wide view of the bathroom

The client's objective was to take their generic, drab, outdated master bath and enhance it with their own personal preferences.

Wide view of the sink area

The owner’s objective was to take this dark, outdated master bath and lighten it up with white subway wainscoting tile, white enameled cabinetry and generous amounts of primary lighting.

My client had just purchased this house and wanted to make a master bedroom / master bathroom suite out of two upstairs bedrooms. We removed a bearing wall separating the two bedrooms and created a larger master bedroom space. The bath and walk-in closet took up a good portion of the smaller bedroom. My client liked what she saw in some of our previous bathroom remodel projects and wanted to see some of the same in hers. A walk-in shower, 3/8” heavy frameless shower glass, Granite vanity top with an undermount sink, and wainscoting wall tile are just some of the features this master bath has to offer.

Wide view of the bathroom from the tub

This client, whom we had done previous work for (view their kitchen), wanted a well-appointed bath with functionality and elegance. It started with a modest redesign of the shower and tub placement and a more practical approach to the dual sink vanity.

Power Room Sink View

To update this main level powder room, we replaced the tiled vanity top with granite, an undermount sink and new lavatory faucet. We accented the granite vanity top by putting a 2’ x 2’ granite inlay into the existing wood floor. We replaced the mirror and bar light with a custom framed mirror and pendent lighting. The wall coverings were removed and new wall covering installed.

View of the bathroom from the hall

This was a typical 5’x 9’ hall bath with a fragile 3/16” glass shower door.

The client wanted a fresher look to include a walk-in shower, new floor tile, wall wainscoting tile and some special touches.