We’re back with another project reveal. This time two bathroom remodels and refreshes, one primary and one powder bath. We always love a good bathroom remodel! This was a fun project because we’ve known the homeowner personally for many years. She went to college at the U of M with my cousin – who is basically my sister, and my brother is her wealth management advisor. I’ve known this beauty of a soul for a good 15 + years. We were so excited when she reached out and hired us to reinvent a couple of her bathrooms within her families townhome in Hopkins.
First up, the owner’s bathroom. First time we got a tour of this home, we knew it was a unique property. Three levels and it had a “snack chute” from the kitchen down to the basement aka gaming area. Now if that wasn’t the most brilliant feature to incorporate within a home. But there were a few other features that weren’t quite as great … insert c2s.
Their primary bedroom and bathroom also had another door that leads into the hallway and the shower wasn’t also used to it’s fullest potential. As you can see in the before photo below, we’re not sure … maybe that shower pan area was used for a drying area? Which isn’t a bad thing – but why not make the shower larger, and that’s exactly what we did. And after many conversations with our client on if we lose that hallway door, it stayed (she was thinking resale and there’s another bedroom on this floor). We love a bathroom remodel though that doesn’t take much reconfiguration – framing and drywall. The layout within this space remained the same, just with a whole new look and vibe.
And the after! Keeping the modern, yet traditional vibe. White oak cabinets, new hardware, lights, tile, mirrors and fixtures.
How much better does this shower look?!
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Wall Paint | Mirrors | Faucet | Sink | Countertop | Cabinetry Hardware | Sconces | Flooring | Shower Floor | Shower Surround | Shower Fixture | Tank Lever | Towel Bar | Towel Ring | Tissue Holder | Robe Hook |
We also gave a refresh to their main level powder bathroom.
Nothing was wrong with this bathroom, but our clients wanted to brighten it up a bit!
Light and bright with updated plumbing fixtures, paint, lighting, and mirror can make all the difference!
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