Bathrooms

  • Adding a MASTER BATH

    The addition of a new master bath was a great asset to this 1925 home. The original floor plan only had one full bath that allowed limited use for this growing family. With additional space a master bath was incorporated in the new floor plan. Features of the new space include: –separate freestanding tub and […]

  • MAIN BATH goes contemporary!

    Going contemporary fit this 1958 main floor bath design. The original fixtures and cabinetry needed updating but the simple contemporary lines were perfect with the existing homes architecture and style. Here are some of the details we updated: –custom floating vanity was built with flush veneered slab doors –custom pantry doors to match vanity –new […]

  • VISUALLY EXPANDED BATH

    The original bathroom in this 1970’s condo needed assistance and here is how we helped: soffit above the tub and vanity lowered the ceiling and didn’t provide good quality of lighting secondary door from the bedroom was not needed vanity lacked storage space due to a sit down makeup area biggest change requested was changing […]

  • RECLAIMING THE MASTER BATH

    This master-bath had not aged well from it’s 1980’s beginning, however the space itself showed promise:   existing paisley wallpaper was dark raised whirlpool no longer functions light carpeted floor and step were stained separate shower/toilet room   With a new floor plan of removing the raised whirlpool, opening up the shower space and removing […]

  • KEEPING IT SIMPLE

    It was time for a make over in this 1980’s condo. The space felt tired and several pieces had seen their day. The room also felt closed in with the lack of lighting and the unwanted soffit over the tub. The plumber and HVAC contractors were involved in relocating items from the soffit so the […]

  • GIVING A LITTLE MORE SPACE TO THE MASTER BATH

    Even new homes can be lacking space in the master bath. This 2001 home was the only house in the neighborhood without a double master vanity. 2 feet of space was taken from the master closet to create a larger footprint in the bath This extra square footage allowed for the toilet to be relocated […]

  • Single to Double Master Bath

    This 1980’s home had been built with only a single sink for the master bath. The homeowner wished to use the excess space around the toilet to add a second sink while still maintaining code appropriate space for the toilet. The vanity area was lacking storage and an updated style was requested To make the […]

  • Typical to Timely Bathroom

    A typical 5×9 bathroom can be transformed to create a welcoming functional space. This couple no longer needed the use of a tub and knew a shower would function better for them. New custom shampoo niches were built and highlighted with the accent tile that also runs vertical on the back wall The Kohler Groove […]

  • Updating the Original WWII Era Masterbath

    Updating this 1940’s master bath involved adding storage and changing the tub to a shower. While the client’s stick with some of the lighter neutrals (whites and grey) they got rid of all the yellow. By flipping the vanity area with the tub area, an alcove was created for a larger custom tile shower The […]

  • Big Tub Change for Small Bath

    The only bathroom in this 1925 dutch colonial home had the tub removed during a previous remodel in the 1980s. The lack of a tub to bathe the youngest member of the family prompted a need to remodel again. A new skylight was installed to replace the aging existing one A previous window space was […]

  • Making a Master Suite in Historic Craftsman

    The 1923 craftsman style home had a typical upstairs with 4 bedrooms sharing a hall bath. Each bedroom was similar in size, and lacked a master bedroom or larger closet. The floor plan was creatively modified to create a larger bedroom, walk in closet and larger bathroom from one of the bedrooms. The new bathroom […]

  • Soft Contemporary Master Bath

    This master bath needed a facelift to make it flow with the rest of the soft contemporary feel of the home. The separate vanity area was updated with Carrera marble tops and warm grey laminate frameless cabinetry Open shelving between the sinks and below the length of the sink area, gives the vanity a soft […]

  • Beachy Bath Update

    The inspiration for this guest bath was the relaxing sandy beach. The colors of the paint and grout were inspired from warm sand The accent of sea glass can be found in the towels The quartz counter-top is a remnant found at a local granite fabricator and also has the subtle stippling pattern of sand. […]

  • Bright Upstairs Master Suite Adds Space

    This room off the master bedroom was just a wide open area used for storage, however the new homeowners had different plans for it. There was only one bathroom in the home and how nice would it be to have a master suite. We were able to take the open space and layout a custom […]

  • Aging in Place 1st Floor 3/4 Bath

    How nice is it to have a shower on the 1st Floor for retirement! This home had a full bath, but that wasn’t going to work as well for the homeowners after retirement. By changing the tub module into a tile shower it was now much easier to get into. A seat and handheld were […]

  • Turning Furniture into a vanity

    The homeowner found a picture on pinterest that inspired her and she was able to find this piece of furniture that was almost an exact match. We helped by adding the Corian pieces and installing the vessel and faucet, as well as creating the basement bathroom space for it to be used in. The results […]

  • ZEN MASTER BATH TRANSFORMATION

    This 1950’s home needed additional space and part of the addition was a owner’s suite.  A bedroom was transformed into a master bathroom and walk in closet.  The overall feel of the room creates a “zen” like experience with the addition of the water, earth and sky elements. The room now includes: toilet tucked around […]

  • Colorful Tub shower remodel

    New vintage style flooring and subway tile were installed to compliment the 1890’s home. An aqua ceiling with black and white trim highlight the character of the space.

  • Master Bath Make over

    The new homeowners liked having a master bathroom, but the room’s arrangement didn’t work for their lifestyle. They rarely used the tub, the shower was small and the biggest problem was the tight squeeze when using the left hand vanity sink. Since the adjacent room’s closet stole space from the master, there were challenges to […]

  • Small Bathroom with Historical Influence

    Located in a historical neighborhood, this 1920’s bathroom had lost its character. The pedestal lav was too much sink, there wasn’t enough usable storage and the wallpaper had to go. After demoing the whole room, updates came about: New cabinets were recessed into the wall for added storage. A new hexagon marble floor and white […]

  • Custom Angled Shower

    The original shower was a module that wasted space in the room. By removing the module and replacing with a custom tile shower, the shape couple be angled using more of the room.

  • Small Hall Bath Gets a Pop of Color

    This mid century home had a main floor bathroom that needed a face lift. The existing bathroom had been pieced from several past remodels and needed functional and design help. By installing a taller but space saving 18″deep gray shaker vanity and new toilet topper storage was added The banjo shaped grey marble added needed […]

  • From Shabby to Chic Bath

    The unique height of this bathroom allowed for a tall storage solution. The original space was too sterile and needed style and storage. The original bead board walls, tub and toilet were kept. Only the flooring, vanity area and paint color were updated. Storage was added in the furniture style vanity and the cabinet tower. […]

  • CREATIVE PLAN OPENS UP OWNER’S SUITE

    The original bathroom was divided into several rooms, vanity area, shower area and closet.  A creative floor plan allowed the master bath to have an additional walk in closet were and the hall bath was relocated to share a space down the hall with the over-sized laundry room.  Once the space was transformed several items […]

  • Adding an Upstairs Master Suite

    Originally this space was just a storage attic. By adding a dormer in the roof, the ceiling height was raised and allowed for a master bedroom. The existing space at the end of the room was transformed into a master bath. You can see the window that was installed between the 2 mirrors to keep […]

  • Arts & Crafts remodel

    This bath was remodeled to fit the Arts & Crafts style of the home. A custom cherry vanity with toekick heater below replaces the space of the radiator. The toilet location was switched with the vanity so now the door clears the toilet. A new window and tile brighten the space while additional countertop space […]

  • 100 YEAR OLD CHARACTER UPDATE

    A 1904 home needed an updated bathroom that fit the cape code character of the home. The clawfoot tub was removed and more space was captured for the tub/shower alcove.  Character was added by: glass block window in tub to replace original double hung window added bead board around room custom patterned black and white […]

  • Expanded Main Bath remodel

    A 1970’s split level home had an entry closet that wasn’t being used and a bathroom above it that lacked space. By expanding the bathroom into the closet space, this remodel captured room for a custom shower and tub space. A separate toilet area and longer vanity were also added advantages of the additional space. […]

  • Tiny Bath

    This room was a closet space that is now functioning as a main floor 3/4 bathroom. Small fixtures and creative space planning created a space that now gets a lot of use.

  • 3/4 Masculine Master Bath

    This small master bath was updated by using a dark shower base that continued the look of the tile at the budget the customer needed. It also allowed the floor to give the illusion of creating more space. A modern shaped banjo top created more functional counter top space and the toilet topper added needed […]

  • Guest Bath Ready for Resale

    Updating this full guest bath with new fixtures, cabinetry and tile gave it the facelift it needed.

  • Small Bath with Big Impact

    This 1920’s home needed help with both the main bath and kitchen at the same time. A small dark bath was modernized with: Large walk in stone and tile shower Floating light stained wood vanity cabinet Banjo shaped solid surface top with undermounted sink Brushed nickel faucet and shower fittings Bright, modern overhead wall sconces […]

  • Contemporary Spa Like Bath Remodel with Steam Shower

    This was a typical 1980’s dark bathroom that was transformed into a personal spa. The natural colors and textures give a comforting and calming feel There are various uses of natural stones in the space The spacious steam shower adds function for the asthma sufferer in the house, so he no longer needs to use […]

  • Updated Kids Bath with Character & Contrast

    This bath was modernized with a walk in shower and stationary glass panel. The older homes character details were incorporated in the white subway tile, pedestal and custom recessed medicine cabinet. A fun contrast was added by painting the medicine cabinet black to match the pattern in the floor.

  • Create an Oasis in the Basement

    The cast iron clawfoot tub and the custom walk in shower really update this basement bath.

  • Small Bath with a Big Bang

    The original cast iron tub was reused with new glass block window, tile and faucets.

  • Updated Only Bath

    This bath was dated and needed new cabinetry, plumbing and tile.

  • Expanding Function in a Hall Bath

    This bath is located in a 1920’s home and needed help with modern function. A walk in shower was added and the existing radiator was accommodated The accent tile in the shower compliments the bright yellow-orange of the bathroom walls Kohler Bancroft’s pieces were used for most of the project since it fit the style […]

  • Drastic Powder Room Change (National Kitchen and Bath Association Winner)

    From frumpy to fabulous this powder room now fits the contemporary home. The original 1980’s flowered wall paper and white fixtures didn’t fit the 1970’s simple lines of the home. You wouldn’t know that the paneled wall also functioned as removable for easy access to the whirlpool pump on the other side of the wall.

  • Adding Detail & Character to a Main Bath

    This bathroom was lacking storage and character to match the rest of the 1920’s home. A waincoating was added along with white on white details in the tile. Adding a window and rearranging the floor plan makes the aqua blue cabinet become the focus of a well used space.