Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Client Project: A Fresh Bathroom with an Industrial Twist

We have been on a roll recently with finished projects and love to show you each and every one of them!! Completing something beautiful ... from whatever condition it began in, is so rewarding for us and our clients!

Today we are VERY proud to show you the overhaul of this remodeled bathroom. 
First, we show you the FINAL PRODUCT!

As always, every good remodel begins with the floor plan. In this particular project, we rearranged much of the existing floorplan to give more functionality and sense to the space.

 Now take a look at where we BEGAN:

We obviously came a LONG WAY. We've opened up the space immensely by knocking down walls and creating a galley style master bath.

A free standing tub in a smaller scale, helps to not take up to much space, yet still gives a unique and functional purpose in this space.

One of our favorite aspects of the entire bathroom space is the sliding stained doors on a track system that lead into the closet. We were able to "hide" a space that might not want to be seen often and still open up the bathroom space with the use of these doors.

Instead of typical vanity lights, we chose hanging sconces to give the space a taste of industrial and uniqueness.

A large walk in shower was created at the end of the galley bathroom by using frameless glass and a combination of subway tiles and a glass accent mosaic strip.

At the end of the day, we can officially say, this bathroom renovation was a huge overhaul and a HUGE success when it comes to functionality, design and aesthetics!

Reno's CAN be fun too!! ;)

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