Conklin Master Bathroom After- Dresden Maple Kraftmaid Cabinets in a Ginger Sable glaze.
Conklin Bathroom After
A water leak in an upstairs bathroom prompted this client to think about doing a remodel while repairing the plumbing. The decision to combine a remodel at the same time as repairing the leaky pipe was a fairly easy one, as our client already had a wish list of how their bathroom could work better for their family, and be more aesthetically pleasing.
Once the old shower was out, it was realized that there was a lot of water damage below the shower pan. Our crew was able to quickly make the necessary repairs working late, so that the job was not pushed behind schedule.
Also present was an awkward sliding door to the master closet which abutted the sink countertop. Moving this doorway back away from the sink not only looked much more appealing, but also functioned much better as far as access and additional space in the closet!
Outdated and dark, our clients knew they wanted many sources of light in their remodel, and an updated more efficient space.
Conklin Master Bathroom Before- Crowded, Outdated
Conklin Master Bathroom After
Even though the footprint of this master bedroom was not changed, this shower area feels so much more spacious. This was accomplished by removing the bathtub allowing the installation of an over size thick glass door. Unifying the stone on the flooring and shower walls also added perceived spaciousness. The tile border and change in direction of the ceramic tiling, adds visual interest and brings the eye up from the floor.
Our client wanted a feeling of luxury in the shower, and this was clearly accomplished. A sitting bench, glass block, window and full extension flooding shower head make this shower a true retreat.
One big problem with the old bathroom was that it was always dreary and dark where the dual sinks were. A window was not an option over the sink area. The solution to bringing in light was a clever glass block section between the shower and the sink area (upper right of the photo) which allowed natural light from the shower area to filter in to the sink area.
The closet door was moved away from the sink area, creating a much better access to the closet, and also added more much desired space in the closet.
Conklin Master Bathroom Before- Awkward Closet Door
Conklin Master Bathroom Before- Dark and Outdated
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