Remember the days when pink and teal were trendy colors to have in your home? It’s okay if you don’t want to admit it, but we’ve all been there.
We had the pleasure of helping one of our clients turn a very outdated bathroom into the luxury retreat they were searching for.
Our client had recently downsized and moved into a nice home, in which they planned to live in for the long term. The home was over 20 years old and the master bathroom was out-of-date and didn’t function as they desired. Fortunately however, the space seemed to be large enough to accommodate their wish list.
We relocated the vanity and water closet, which required modifying the existing plumbing and electrical. We framed new walls for the water closet, dressing closet, gym and shower. We installed concrete board on the shower walls and created a small niche for storage, built a bench for seating and refloated the floor to create the curbless entry they desired.
By removing the existing tub, we were not only able to construct a larger shower, but a built-in desk as well. We then laid sand colored ceramic tile throughout the entire bath and closet areas, as well as on the shower floor and walls. A glass/stone butternut emperador accent strip was added to the shower walls, followed by a piece of clear glass, which was installed on the half wall of the shower.
We installed cherry merlot with ebony glaze vanity cabinets with soft close drawers and laid Madura gold granite on top. Per the client’s request, we installed a private storage compartment on the countertop, which included a roll up door and electrical outlet. This was especially important to the client, so they could use it as a charging station.
In completing the bathroom, we installed a pocket door to provide privacy to the water closet, replaced the baseboards and applied a fresh coat of paint to the walls.