Guest bathroom remodels are frequently among the top items on our client’s wish lists. It might not seem as important as the kitchen or the master bathroom, but when you consider that the guest bathroom is what all of your guests use upon visiting your home, you can’t help but want it to look nice. On top of aesthetic appeal, you also want the space to be functional. In many cases, the homes that we remodel are at least 20-30 years old, and the bathrooms are not only outdated, but also have plumbing issues, poor lighting, broken or missing tile, and eroded fixtures – not ideal for guests or prolonged visitors! Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas had similar issues and chose to include the guest bathroom remodel with some other projects we were completing throughout their home.
Our recent bathroom project involved renovating a large master bathroom in an upper-end Arlington, Texas home. The existing bathroom was quality and functional, but it was definitely dated with the typical brown tones, wallpaper and fixtures of the 1980’s. All of the dark, earthy colors paired with the poor lighting created a cave-like atmosphere, which made the space feel dim and smaller than it actually was. The clients wanted to brighten the room with a fresher, more modern look, updated features and specialty amenities to match the rest of their luxury home.
Our most recent remodeling project involved updating the master bathroom in a 1992 home in Grapevine, Texas. While the original bathroom was functional, it definitely lacked the aesthetic appeal of the rest of the home, which we recently helped the clients renovate. There was no need to change the layout of the space, aside from installing a smaller tub to allow for a larger shower. The idea was to simply upgrade the room with new flooring, tiles, vanities, counter tops, and lighting. It’s amazing what an impact these changes can make!
Our recent clients in Grand Prairie, Texas were looking to make updates and modifications throughout the majority of their 20-year-old home. One of their top priorities was upgrading the dated, crowded, and poorly laid out master bathroom. Not only were we able to create a beautiful, modern look, but also a more functional space with handicap-accessible features.
Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas wanted to update their original 1970’s master bathroom with something they had been dreaming of for a long time – a remodeled shower. Due to the layout of the original bathroom and the built-in corner soaking tub that they never used, there was a lot of wasted space. Not to mention the original shower, which was lack-luster and very small. The clients also had to share a sink, which is never ideal in a shared master bathroom! After discussing these issues with the clients, our designers modified the floor plans and redesigned the space by removing the clunky corner tub and tiny shower and converting the entire wall into a spacious, luxury shower. The vanity was also updated with an additional sink, custom electrical outlets, and reworked drawers for better storage.
This unique and beautiful master bathroom was a complete addition to this 40’s bungalow-style home. A country home feel served as the basis of the design, along with some additional custom features, and bling!
This master bathroom was in serious need of a facelift! Our clients converted their old shower into a walk-in shower, which is ideal for aging-in-place. Their new bathroom design also consisted of a new design, tile, vanity, lighting and fixtures.
This beautiful master bath remodel includes a sleek frameless glass shower, gorgeous soaking tub, and a custom his & hers vanity for a spa-like feel.
Working long hours day after day can be tiresome. For these clients, the remodel of their master bathroom was not just a remodel, but an investment in a much needed place of escape. The spa-like remodel provides a relaxing, soothing retreat, perfect for recouping after a long day’s work.
Frameless glass showers have become increasingly popular among home owners. The sleek, elegant style not only looks great, but is also easier to clean and maintain than the previous doors with metal frames. See this client’s before and after shots and you’ll see how this new shower design fits in perfectly with the rest of their newly remodeled bathroom!