Finished Bathroom

Scrub a Dub, No More Tub

  • Before: with a tub
    Finished Bathroom
    We painstakingly cut the existing wainscot tile and, where the tub used to be, we inserted a washer, dryer, and ironing board pullout. New windows replicate the four-over-one pattern. The same neutral tile is used on the floor, the shower walls, and (in 2x2 size) on the shower floor. Use the "slider" icon to see the before and after.
  • Interior - Shower detail
    We had to gut the shower to replace the plumbing, but were able to keep the ceiling tile, which matches the existing wainscot accent. We reused the shower door and added new glass on the new half wall.
  • New Lamps
    The mirror and accent tile were existing. The client painted the vanity persimmon orange. New LED sconces add some bling. The wall color is Ben Moore “Pickle.”

All of the fixtures in this primary bath were breaking and parts were not available to fix them. The textured floor tile was impossible to clean. And the homeowners never used the tub. They also wanted to introduce more color, while keeping as many of the original finishes as possible.