This dated bathroom in a mid-century home will get a full makeover.
By removing a partial wall, changing the tub to a shower, and relocating the toilet, the bathroom will feel twice as big without actually enlarging the footprint.
A walnut vanity with full mirror anchors one end of the space while a walk-in shower anchors the other. The curb-less shower is separated from the remainder of the space by a full height pane of glass – further enhancing the openness of the space. By tiling both the walls and the ceiling of the shower, the bathing area becomes its own room within the larger space.
Materials include slate flooring, ceramic wall and ceiling tile, walnut cabinetry, and chrome hardware.
This project involved a renovation and addition to a 70-year old farmhouse that had been added on to and renovated numerous times and lacked a harmonious design.
In phase I, the existing house was extended to accommodate a master bedroom, changing vestibule and bathroom. In the living area, a dated fireplace was removed and replaced with a modern wood stove. The dining room was relocated from a former bedroom so that it has a sensible proximity to the kitchen and living area. Built-in cabinetry was added to complete the space.
In Phase II, the kitchen will be renovated to match the living and dining areas.
Materials include white washed wide-plank hardwood floors, white-washed cabinetry, quartz countertops, porcelain tile, and stainless steel hardware.
View finished photos of Phase I here.
A modest 1950’s house in the Hosford-Abernethy neighborhood gets a total interior make-over and adds a master suite and deck. The house occupies a corner lot but suffers from a difficult-to-find entry. We introduced steps nearest the corner intersection and modified the existing front deck to accommodate a more direct access to the front door.
The existing bedroom at the rear of the house is demo’ed in favor of a new office and a hallway to the addition of a new master suite with full bath and large closets. The addition extends the roofline of the house to blend the addition with the existing house, as if it were always there. The ceiling of the new master bedroom is vaulted, following the lines of the extended roof.
The enclosed kitchen is gutted and opened up to the living room. The space of the living room is extended with an outdoor deck connected by two doors flanking the existing brick chimney. A custom steel outdoor fireplace is mirrored behind the brick chimney and acts as the focal point for the outdoor seating area. 4×8 cedar beams form a pergola that extends the plane of the roof at this south-facing deck.
Pale green glass tile cascades down the walls and over the shower shelf in this complete master bathroom renovation. The shower floor is recessed to accommodate a walk-in (curb-less) shower.
A separate space for the toilet allows multiple users privacy while using the space together.