Remodel West just recently completed a project in Sunnyvale involving the redesign and construction of two full bathrooms. In the before photos, you can see the use of outdated materials and poor use of space; Remodel West couldn’t wait to put their heads together to redesign these two bathrooms.
Bath 1 was primarily for the 3 children living in the home; strategic use of space was very important. While keeping the double sinks and bathtub/shower as the homeowner requested, Remodel West’s design staff rearranged the placement of all components in this bathroom and consequently utilizing the space most efficiently. You can check out the before and after floor plans to see the changes our design staff made. The materials chosen for this project were meant to establish a linear design throughout the bathroom. These materials consisted of a ceramic tile in the shower, a slate tile on the floor, frameless DeWils Mahogany cabinets used for the vanity. We also included vertical lights on either side of the mirror supplied by Keuco, a plumbing supply company located in Germany. Both the countertop and decorative tile were made from recycled material. We also implemented a recessed niche into one wall of the shower to allow for an efficient use of space. By ordering the cabients without a toe kick, we used stainless steel posts to create a floating effect with the vanity cabinet, this also helps to open up this bathroom. Check out the before and after shots of this hall bathroom.
The second bathroom on the project was the Master Bathroom, prior to redesign, the homeowners shared with our designers that their goals were to increase the size of the shower, gain more light and increase storage space. The final product included a larger shower with a steam feature, a bench and a whimsical tile design. The same field tile was used in the Master Bath shower as used in the Hall Bath; however, a round glass mosaic was used as the decor in the shower as well as between the sink and upper vanity cabinet. This floating vanity cabinet also came from Keuco and was designed with an electrical outlet on the interior and lighting on both the interior and exterior of this cabinet. In addition to the lighted vanity cabinet, RemodelWest increased the opening of the window to achieve the goal of increasing the amount of light let in. Check out the before and after shots of the Master Bathroom.
If you would like to see more photos of this project, please check out our Flickr site!