Improve Master Bathroom Space

Improving the Space in Your Master Bathroom

These homeowners needed better use of existing space to make their bathroom feel larger, without moving the core fixtures or expanding the footprint. Our solution includes reducing the divider wall to a knee wall.   The framed shower glass and acrylic shower insert were bulky and outdated. The shower is replaced with large ... More

Master Bathroom or Spa Retreat?

You can have both! This large master bathroom had a small shower and a large corner tub. The gold finishes were outdated. The mirrors were large and positioned opposite each other, resulting in a “mirror effect.” The layout seemed cramped for such a large space, and there was no room for a towel bar outside the shower. To remedy ... More

Remodeling a Master Bathroom

These homeowners, having recently purchased their home, decided to update fixtures and finishes for an updated and modern look. Updated tile and matte black fixtures are front and center to this bathroom. Additionally, the recessed shower and odd knee wall projection is changed to make a perfectly level surface from the shower wall to tub ... More

Creating a Bathroom Oasis

One project leads to another! This homeowner wanted a larger kitchen and an updated master bathroom. Due to the layout of the home, gaining more kitchen space meant changing the laundry room to act as an extension to the kitchen. The laundry moved to the oversized master bathroom by borrowing some space from the neighboring oversized powder ... More

Changing the Layout of a Bathroom

There are several reasons to change the layout of a bathroom. Optimizing functionality is the most common reason homeowners ask us to change the layout of their space. Cosmetic updates may also be a reason to change the layout of a bathroom. Decades ago, bathrooms were designed to ensure modesty. Divider walls between tubs, showers, and ... More

Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel

Modern Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel

There are times when a remodeling project turns out better than you anticipated. This is one of those times! The homeowner had several inspiration photos but ultimately elected to tap into our design services for final selections and to make it all happen.  Quite a bit of detail goes into designing a bathroom. The original bathroom ... More

NC Home Remodeling Bathroom

Bathroom Remodeling Trends – Removing Privacy Walls

NCHomeRemodeling sees several trends in bathroom remodeling. One trend, Jack and Jill bathrooms, are shared bathrooms between two bedrooms. These bathrooms are pass-through style with two entry doors. Often, the tub and/or shower and toilet is separated by a wall with a separate door, making three doors in the bathroom. This would allow the ... More

Master Bathroom Remodel – Elegance Defined!

NCHomeRemodeling.com, a division of NCWaterHeaters.com, is a multi-trade company in Raleigh NC handling all of your plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and tile needs. In this article, we will take you through the steps that made this bathroom an elegant and inviting space! This project involved turning a 1980’s bathroom into an amazing ... More

When Water Damage Prompts a Bathroom Remodel

At NCHomeRemodeling.com, a division of NCWaterHeaters.com, we often see water damage as the precursor to a remodeling project. Failed shower pan liners, tub, vanity and toilet leaks, and cracked tile flooring are the most common reasons homeowners we work with consider a bathroom remodel. Imagine glancing at the ceiling below your bathroom ... More

Cracking grout in your bathroom?

Whether you are a in a newly built home or a home from the 1930’s, cracking grout can mean many different things.  The main culprit of cracked grout between tiles is deflection, the movement between two surfaces, most commonly in walk ways on floor tiling.  Another reason that grout can crack could be the type of grout used, moisture ... More