We recently completed a master bathroom renovation in Greensboro, NC which started out with a full gut to the studs of the original space. The homeowners wanted the updated bath to include handicap-accessible features for future use. These considerations can be a great investment because they will allow the homeowners to stay in the house as they age or develop health issues down the road. To that end, we installed grab bars throughout the shower and toilet area, as well as an adjustable shower wand, and a curbless entry to the shower. We also moved a window in the bathroom to allow space for a bigger shower and a 3’ door to give enough space for a wheelchair.
The shower features frameless glass and warm brown subway tile, giving the bathroom a custom look and feel. We installed a double vanity with easy-to-maintain quartz countertops. New plumbing fixtures included two vanity faucets, toilet, shower faucet, diverter, adjustable shower wand, and sprayer. The room is fully ventilated by a Panasonic bath fan. New electrical work included installing recessed lighting, vanity lights, and wall sconce lights. For flooring, the homeowners chose a larger tile that compliments the warm colors in the vanity and shower. For finishing touches, we hung two new vanity mirrors, a toilet paper holder, towel bars, and a custom built-in cabinet mount in the wall.
Are you looking for a contractor for your master bathroom renovation? If so, contact us today! We look forward to discussing your project.