October is Kitchen and Bath Month. To celebrate we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of our past kitchen and bath remodels and builds and some of their unique features. We’re kicking it off with bathrooms this week. Stay tuned later this month to take a look back at some of the kitchens we’ve done.
This farmhouse bath is full of both style and charm. A mix of custom designed pieces and flea market finds help to create a truly unique bathroom. The centerpiece of the bathroom, the claw foot metal tub, was salvaged by the homeowners. Special reactive paints were used to create more of a rust look. Custom designed vanities
Wanting a more luxurious master bath with more space than currently available, this master bath project was both a remodel and addition. The back wall of the room was bumped out to create the additional space desired by the homeowners and allowed for the spa like feel and look to the room. The expanded walk in shower features body jets, both a rain head and hand held shower head, built in bench and soap niche, and a towel warming rack.
This homeowner approached the remodel of her master bathroom with the desire to create a room that was aging-in-place compliant without having to sacrifice beauty. The result is an elegant bathroom that will service the homeowner well throughout the years with the wide diameters between fixtures, a curbless walk in shower, and a jet tub.
Sleek and stylish, this master bathroom mixes modern and contemporary styles to create a distinctive and original room. The curved wall shower, featuring square mosaic tiles, is the centerpiece of the room. The floating vanities feature laminated cracked glass countertops. Finally, the bathtub overlooks an outdoor water feature to help create a sense of relaxation and ease.
Spa like amenities are popular in master bathrooms, and this bathroom is no exception. From the design to the amenities it presents a room meant for relaxation. The large walk in shower features multiple body jets, dual shower heads, a rain shower head, built in bench, and built in soap niches. Marble design features throughout the bathroom complete the overall look and feel of a spa experience.
\Prior to the renovation, this bathroom had an outdated look and was not suitable for the aging homeowners. The floor plan of the bathroom did not change but it underwent a major face lift that included replacing most of the room’s amenities. To help make the bathroom more convenient for the owner’s use the old framed in shower was redone to allow for easier access and use.