It was time to update our client’s master bath so that it could catch up with the rest of the house design. The floor and shower tile were stripped. The tub surround, vanity and toilet were removed.
A new, lighter tile flooring was laid in a herringbone pattern. The tile in the shower pan and on the walls were updated as well. A multi-shower head system added and corner shower bench built. The frameless glass shower enclosure puts the finishing touch to create a spacious and light feel.
A dual sink vanity and faucets were installed with light quartz countertops, undermount sinks and contrasting rich wood cabinetry. The mirror runs the length of the wall above the vanity and was framed to create a finished look as well as match the wood of the cabinets. Two light fixtures were mounted above each sink to bring in ample light and create interest.
To tie the entire space together, a custom new tub surround was built to match all the wood within the space. The top of the surround uses the same tile and pattern found in the shower and brings continuity and a lovely flow between the two washing stations.
The cost of your bathroom renovations will be greatly dependent on what your needs are and the current space you have to work with. To get an idea of what full-service bathroom remodels at various levels actually cost, view our Bathroom Pricing Guide.