This bathroom features lots of storage, good lighting, a gorgeous accent wall, radiant floor heat, and an accessible shower.
Two very different bathrooms, both open and airy. Both perfect for now and ready for the future.
We took a cramped, illogical bedroom/office/bath layout and transformed it into a spacious bedroom, a light-filled bathroom, and walk-in closet.
We updated the shower and replaced an unused tub with a laundry station, all while preserving the existing wainscoting. Neutral tile pulls old and new together.
We didn't change the footprint of this 1970s bath, but our work turned it into a bright space that respects the principles of universal design.
A dated pink and green bathroom has become a glass-filled room with an accessible shower so that the homeowners can age in place.
By carefully using every inch of space, we turned a half-bath into a half-bath with a laundry center and a shower.
This remodeled guest bath follows the principals of universal design. Another plus? The shower controls are opposite the shower head so that you can turn on the water without getting wet.
A shower in what used to be a closet, radiant heat, and new floor tile updated this bathroom's look even as we kept some gracious old fixtures.
This nonfunctional basement bathroom had a low ceiling, lots of chases with all sorts of pipes, and a limited footprint. Careful design and skill made it functional, spacious, and good looking.
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