If the 70′s were to return, it would want to party in this bathroom, and it would love the fluorescent lighting over the sinks, the giant mirror tarred to the walls, and the old cabinets with IMAG1421the cultured tacky yellowish marble vanities in the powder room. Then it would clumsily walk through the oddly placed door to the wet room and take a shower in the tiny head banger of a shower fit for an elbowless man and gawk at the weirdly framed tub lurking on the corner. Enough to make any home owner want to use an outhouse instead of their bathroom. If you also are looking for a company then you can make a contact with basement finishing st Louis Company.
Updating the Bathroom
This home owner had had enough and wanted to clean the shag carpet trimmed chalk board, so to speak, and start from scratch. We delivered with a new giant shower over 5 feet long and 4 feet wide. Enough room for a mini, or a sumo wrestler if you want. This spacious custom shower also has a built in triangular bench and 3 shelf, glass tiled cubby. It includes a border of glass surrounded by a pencil line and double shower heads for the ultimate shower experience.
The tub? Who needs a stinking tub, when you have this shower. So we ditched the tub and even moved the toilet over to center it in the room. Lastly we installed deep shelves where the old disgraceful shower tried to hide in the wall, giving the bathroom a formal appearance. We even added 3 can lights to ward off vampires. The floor is a long plank wood style tile from Daltile that looks similar to wood and has almost no grout lines.
In the powder room we installed a new more modern appearing, shaker style, custom oak vanity with a granite top and refaced the original built in storage to match. On the same wall were those annoying his and her’s closet doors many of us have that slide on that cheap rail, until they don’t…gone! We used hinged doors and magnets instead, a much more reliable system. We removed that dated fir down with the fluorescent lighting and installed 3 can lights and 2 wall sconces. Finally 2 gorgeous framed mirrors bring the bathroom to closure. Click to enlarge images.