The space was previously an original 1970s bathroom. It had a dividing wall between the toilet / tub area and the vanity.
Now it is bright and airy with a new tile surround, tile floors with in-floor heating, and custom hickory shelves. You also see quartz countertops on a new vanity and of course a new toilet and bathtub. We changed the light fixture and other details, with a layer of fresh paint finishing it all.
On this project we partnered with Toul’s Custom Woodworking. They supplied and installed the hickory cabinetry.
Working with a typical bathroom means working in a smaller space. By removing the interior wall, using light colours and laying the tile in an angle, we created a space that is bright and feels much bigger than before.
It takes vision and experience to come to a final result that is practical, functions well and is pleasing to the eye. When it is all coming together in a project like this, we are very pleased to see that the home owners are happy.
Eye for detail
We don’t take shortcuts when it comes to details. We make sure all the new fixtures are protected when we are working in the space and use special tile spacers to come to the best results.
We even carefully help you select the best grout colour, lights, bathroom fixtures and door handles, given your budget and style.