Bathroom updates are one of the most rewarding changes you can do in your home. I especially enjoy when a customer says, “let’s gut the whole thing and start fresh.” Of course, you can add a new beautiful look simply by changing out the countertops, mirror, and lighting.
One of the most requested items on the “To-Do-List” for a bathroom is a tub/shower conversion to a full shower with new tile (stone, ceramic, subway, etc.), adding a soap/shampoo niche, and new modern hardware. Seamless glass around adds to the elegance of the new shower. My favorite is developing patterns with the tile to build the “show case” experience.
Recently, we adapted a master bath to accommodate wheelchair accessibility. We added 36-inch pocket doors, increased the floor space in both the bathroom and toilet room, and created a walk-in/roll-in shower unit. Needless to say, the homeowners were thrilled not only with the added open space but for the updated look to their bathroom.
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Shower AFTER – Shower widened and updated with new tiles and fixtures. Completely roll or walk-in ready.
Small Shower before and gutted to prepare for update
Tub – Entry AFTER – Wide entry and roomy area for a wheelchair to have plenty of access and room to move around.
Tub BEFORE – stuck in a cramped corner.
Vanity AFTER – Updated countertops, fixtures and freshly painted.
Vanity Before – Outdated and needing help. Here we see part of the vanity already removed.