Remodeling a Master Bathroom

These homeowners had water damage to the floor below when multiple plumbing failures occurred in the original bathroom. When faced with major repairs, the homeowners decided to upgrade the bathroom to improve the flow in style and décor at their already beautifully remodeled home.

The homeowner wanted a wet room look, keeping the space light and open, with flowing lines and calm colors.

The shower was transformed by changing orientation of the plumbing from the side wall to the rear wall. A low curb is installed and a glass panel is utilized instead of a conventional shower enclosure. The glass tile is taken all the way to the ceiling and a large niche is set within the pebble tile waterfall wall. Polished nickel fixtures shine beautifully and provide a luxurious feel.

Shower before

Shower after

The original jetted tub was oversized for the space. The tile surround was bulky and outdated. The new freestanding tub is strategically placed under the second pebble tile waterfall wall that also includes a niche for keeping needed items close at hand.  The freestanding tub filler completes the new space and is a beautiful, shimmering focal point!

Tub before

Tub after

The new vanity and linen cabinet in Castle Grey has soft close drawers and coordinating polished nickel hardware. The improved use of space in this master bathroom makes all the difference! We love the curved transition between tile and pebbles, designed by the homeowner. The unique color pattern of the quartz ties in with the color palate beautifully!

Window area before

Window area after

NCHomeRemodeling.com is a division of NCWaterHeaters.com proudly serving customers in Raleigh, NC and surrounding areas. We can help you design your space or bring your design ideas to life.  Call us today for your free estimate at (919) 520-3285 or (919) 868-3585.

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