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.

Bathroom before, with a full divider wall

Bathroom before, with a full divider wall.

 

After reducing divider wall

After reducing divider wall, let there be light!

The framed shower glass and acrylic shower insert were bulky and outdated. The shower is replaced with large format subway tile installed to the ceiling and includes a small custom bench and recessed niche. A coordinating solid surface curb makes cleaning easy and updates the overall look. Frameless shower glass is a great choice for achieving a look of spaciousness!

Shower before

Shower before

 

Bright and spacious shower

Bright and spacious, after!

The existing tub gets a facelift with new plumbing fixtures and a tile surround to coordinate with the shower. What a difference this makes!

Tub before

Tub before.

 

Updated tub surround after remodel

Updated tub surround after.

The new vanity with quartz top and round beveled mirrors pairs wonderfully with the new sconce lighting. The tile selected for the floor has just enough movement and variation in the pattern to provide visual appeal without taking the attention away from the overall change made to this master bathroom.

Master Bathroom Vanity before

Vanity before.

 

Remodeled and Improved Master Bathroom

Bathroom by NCHomeRemodleing.com

NCHomeRemodeling.com is a division of NCWaterHeaters.com. We serve Raleigh, NC and surrounding areas providing plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and tile services. Whether you need a simple service call or a major multi-day project, we are here to help! Contact us today (919) 868-3585

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