Our clients knew one thing: they hated the giant 1990 bathtub and wanted to put this space to better use. What they didn’t know was what could be done differently. After some discussions and design concepts, we decided to add some incredible storage, as well as make more room for the toilet, which had been crammed in a small corner before.
A quirky thing that came up while discussing the project with the clients is that they often would drag an ironing board into the bathroom to touchup clothing while getting ready. Our design team came up with the idea to incorporate an ironing board into the new custom cabinets. No more dragging a full size board into the room – this little board is the perfect size for touchups and the iron can be ready to go in the cabinet above. The cabinets also feature soft-close hardware, adjustable shelves above, and rollout trays below.
The shower is clad with Corian solid-surface panels. This material allows for easy cleaning as there are no grout lines. The shower includes a seat and a recessed niche for shampoo bottles.
The flooring is a luxury vinyl in a beautiful herringbone pattern. The lighting was updated and the entire room was painted.
“Eric and his crew did a great on our bathroom remodel. They kept to their schedule and budget. They took they the time to protect our hardwood floors, carpeting and door ways leading to bathroom.
Looking forward to our next project with them.” — Dan, Cottage Grove MN