Newlyweds, Kirsten & Denis decided it was time to bite the bullet and settle in the “burbs”. They found a gently loved home in Wheaton. While the home needed some updating, they felt the quiet Wheaton neighborhood was perfect & they could take their time remodeling.
At the Top of their project list was the master bath that they use daily. While small in size and tired in appeal, their vision saw great potential beyond the existing bath. Demolition tore everything out, leaving just 4 walls to be their guide, and the remodeling adventure began.
First priority was to add light to the dark space. The horizontal window added to the shower wall brightened up the room immediately.
A clean lined, white, wall hung vanity enhanced the feeling of spaciousness in this small bath. Large scale rectangular tiles, installed vertically on the shower wall, running up from the floor incorporated a feeling of height in the space. Adding bamboo floor planks horizontally on the bath wall created a warm texture against the understated tile. Chrome finished faucets and plumbing fixtures brought just enough bling to the space to add sparkle and light. Playing up the understated materials & accessories completed this contemporary style bath remodel. (View More Photos)
We love this true classic bath remodel hidden in a quiet neighborhood in suburban Wheaton. Don’t you?