A KITCHEN THAT WORKS LLC
SPECIALIZING IN KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

Early Split Level Bathroom Remodel

The last time the primary bathroom, in this circa 1940's house, was updated was in the late 1960's. While the family's children were growing up, the Robin's egg blue plumbing fixtures and lavender and gold sponge painted walls were a nice back drop for tub toys and Barbie dolls but with the kids grown and the fixtures deteriorating it was high time for an update. The Homeowners' priorities were: 1) to introduce heat to the room; 2) to have a bathtub that was deep enough for relaxation, not just hygiene; and 3) an updated aesthetic with more storage. No short order for this 40 square foot bathroom. High durability, low maintenance porcelain tile over in-floor radiant heat chases away chills on cold days while providing an undated look pleasing to the whole family. A full length mirror conceals in-wall storage opposite the vanity while an over the john wall cabinet and wall mounted medicine cabinet provided much needed storage. Lastly a variety of lighting options provides just the right illumination for each bathroom activity. "I love the out of doors and wanted to bring that look inside. The granite, tiles, and river rock accent combined with the dark cherry wood has given the room a warm and earth-grounding ambiance. The materials, design, and workmanship exceeded my dreams. Starting my day in this grand style inspires me to greet the day with high expectations and a joyous outlook." ~ Debbie C., Homeowner

Updated Cabinets: Cherry with a Mission Stain • Countertop: Granite

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