Monday, August 27, 2012

Bathroom Renovation

Time flies when you are having fun; but I think that it flies faster when you’re busy. I just realized that it has been over a month since our last post. Today I wanted to share with you one of our projects that we completed this past month. 
This is how the bathroom looked the first time that I saw it, the client hated the color and wanted a change. He also hated the dated lighting and mirror. The cabinets were cream and white and the tile around the tub area and shower was a soft pink. It screamed 1993 and not in a good way, hello if you know me you know I love the 90′s, well atleast for movies and music, not so much for design. :-)

Normally during a renovation project painting is one of the last things completed but with this project we actually had the bathroom painted for the client several months ago before the client decided to proceed with the major work to be done in the bathroom. By changing the paint on the walls and the cabinets it gave this bathroom a fresh new look. Also we removed the old mirror and lighting and hung two new mirrors and two new light fixtures. 

Below is the shower after all of the lovely pink tile was ripped out and new Durarock was installed. We also removed the soffit that was hanging over the old shower in order to give the bathroom and more clean modern feeling.  

Below is the tub area after all of the old tile was taken off. The one thing about removing old tile that I hate is the dust and the mess, but it’s all worth it in the end. 

Below is the vanity area, we had Kenny with KD Drywall skim the wall so that it is a smooth surface  to prepare for our faux artist Christie with Taylored for You. 

Below are the pictures of the completed bathroom.  

Special Thanks goes to:
KD Drywall
Taylored For You
CW Entzminger
Quality Tile Setters
Rinaldis Plumbing
B Calm Services

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous! This look is definitely better than the old one. This is a great example of an ideal and elite bathroom. I was completely fascinated by the KD Drywall skim. The artwork is brilliant and sure is appealing. Nice! Your client must be very happy for having you to renovate their bathroom. I’m sure they’ll be deeply satisfied with the results.

    Kristopher Diss