This client came to us with a beautiful home, built in 2016. The original master bathroom included a high-end upgraded shower with stylish tile and modern vanities. While the sleek frameless-glass shower was very large, the bathroom itself was on the smaller side. Upon entering the bathroom from the master bedroom, the shower and toilet room were on the left and two large vanities were on the right, one on each side of the closet door. Structurally speaking, there was not a lot of space to work with; the original layout would have to stay the same. Because the main concern of the client was to somehow incorporate a bathtub into the design, the idea was presented to create a “wet room” within the oversized shower. See the project blog for the full story.
We have now reached the final blog of our 4-part series featuring our Arlington whole house remodel! It has been such a pleasure sharing the stunning transformation of the kitchen, living spaces, and master bathroom and closet. This major remodel comes to a close with the 2 guest bathrooms and one of the guest bedrooms we were able to renovate for our wonderful clients.
Because the two guest bathrooms were both relatively small to begin with, our team and the clients decided it was best to keep the original footprint and not change anything structural. The end goal for these rooms was primarily to update the aesthetic to match the rest of the newly remodeled house.