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*FEATURED IN TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES* This bathroom was worn out, cramped and not conducive to aging in place. We eliminated the jetted tub to make way for a larger, frameless glass shower with rain head and hand-held sprays. We relocated the toilet to double vanity cabinet and countertop space. Stylish grab bars were added along with a heated shower bench and floor. The tiled shower walls feature niches with accent tiles.
We added one bathroom and remodeled another in this 1927 home. We turned a bedroom into a new hall bath and installed tempered, partially obscured glass windows. In the shower, we used a large format tile with mosaic accent tiles in the niche. In the original bathroom, we closed the hall entrance and opened a new one into the primary bedroom and added a classic marble tile shower with herringbone accent tiles and frameless glass.
This bathroom had a small shower, deteriorating cabinets, and outdated tile. We expanded the shower into the water closet and updated the tile with accent insets in the shower and on the tub skirt. We also added a rain shower head and a bench with handheld shower, plus a curb-less entry, linear drain and grab bar suited for aging in place. Special features included a heated bidet toilet seat, new light fixtures and a quiet exhaust fan.
This 1918 charmer had only one upstairs bathroom. A wall in the main bedroom was moved so we could use portions of two walk-in closets to form a new en-suite bathroom featuring a heated bidet seat and shower with accent tile wall and niche. We used a simple subway tile for the shower side walls to offset the cost of the accent tile. His and hers closets were built for the main bedroom and a closet we used from another bedroom was rebuilt.
The main bathroom in this 1964 ranch was very small. The low vanity made it difficult to use the sink without bending over and drawers only opened half way. We installed a taller vanity with full extension drawers and replaced the hinged bathroom door with a pocket door. We also added aging-in-place features, including a walk-in shower with linear drain, corner bench and detachable handheld shower head that can be used while seated.
In this gracious 1938 home, the outdated main bathroom opened into the hall instead of the primary bedroom. To create a true en-suite bathroom, we closed off the hallway entrance and created an opening into the primary bedroom. The new configuration allowed for a 25% larger vanity. A new tile shower was built featuring a frameless glass enclosure and a herringbone tile niche, which tied into the herringbone mosaic floor tile.
This classic 1938 bungalow in a historic neighborhood had seen better days. Its very small bathroom was last updated in the 1970’s. Working with a limited budget, we re-enameled the original cast iron bathtub and used simple subway tile on the shower walls plus a “pinwheel” mosaic floor tile and beadboard wainscot paneling, consistent with the home’s prewar vintage style. New light and plumbing fixtures added a modern touch.
This 1925 home featured a 25-year-old (very pink!) bathroom with a walk-in bathtub and bidet that the new owners did not want. We added a new tub with a tile surround that included triple niches. We also laid a marble-look floor to give the bathroom a spa-like ambiance. A crystal chandelier along with a picture rail trim along the ceiling were both installed as a nod to the original 20s style of this unique and charming home.
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