Flooring – wood flooring is a growing trend for bathroom remodels. You can often get the hardwood floor look without the hassle of maintaining real wood. We explored all flooring options that met our client’s style needs and settled on a moisture resistant solution.
Vanity – you’ll see in the before image that the old vanity had one sink, minimal storage, and outdated materials. The new vanity is not only beautiful, it’s more useful. Dual sinks, a natural stone countertop, and plenty of drawer and cabinet space make the vanity a prime highlight of this bathroom design.
Mirrors & Lighting – we replaced the old mirror with individual mirrors and lights mounted above each sink; a towel bar was also placed in between each mirror.
Paint & Doors – a cool gray paint was used on the walls to compliment the shower tiling and vanity top. The old brown trim was painted white and new white doors were installed to match the new vanity.
Bathtub & Plumbing Fixtures – the old bathtub was removed and the entire area transformed with a modern tub and shower fixtures, gray tiled walls, and a new ceiling light.
Is it time to upgrade your old bathroom? We’d love to discuss your project and how Elite Improvements can help.