Bathrooms are some of the most functional and highly used spaces in our home. Whether you are seeking a spa-like experience in your primary suite or want to update a guest bath, our team will help you create a comfortable and timeless space matching your needs and budget. Through cosmetic updates or a full custom remodel.
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Bathroom Remodel Project
This client is having his current shower removed and room made for a beautiful new walk-in jetted tub to take its place. Stay tuned to see the final look!
Bathroom Ideas and Inspiration
Add a window in your shower.
One of the biggest enemies of a clean bathroom is humidity, which can lead to mold and mildew. Although a good bathroom fan will make a big difference, the best ventilation is natural ventilation. Adding a window in your shower will help to draw out humidity, even if you just crack it open during or after a shower. A window also will let natural light into the bathroom, which is both an aesthetic and a safety consideration. Plus, you likely won't have to waste energy by turning on a bathroom light during the day if you have a window.
Consider heating your floors
If you're replacing the floors in your bathroom remodel, consider adding heated flooring. Heated floors aren't that expensive to install, and they will add value to your home. Plus, they can actually save you money on energy costs in the long term, as they're more efficient to heat a space than a central heating system. Not to mention that heated bathroom floors will make a huge difference in your comfort, especially if you live in a cold climate. Most bathroom floor tiles are naturally cold. But running the floor heating even for a little while can cause the tiles to retain heat for a long time.
Recess your medicine cabinet
Gain more storage space while not sacrificing a sleek look with a recessed medicine cabinet above the vanity. This is especially useful when your vanity is on the shallower side. Compared to a cabinet jutting out from the wall, it will give you extra space to bend over and use the sink. There will be fewer worries about banging your head on the edge of the cabinet.
Try a curbless shower
Curbless showers, also called barrier-free or zero-entry showers, offer a seamless transition from the bathroom floor to the shower. They are a kind of walk-in shower. Curbless showers are popular for their open-concept designs, easy cleaning, and functionality. The absence of a threshold allows for maximum accessibility, ideal for senior citizens or people with mobility challenges.