Revamped, Repurposed Condo Bath
The 12-in. by 12-in. floor tile color is Gray Penny
Porcelain Mosaic from Floor & Décor.
I went to my friend Chandler Brown’s house last weekend for a holiday open house, but I think he really wanted to show off his newly remodeled bathroom, which is awesome. I do not have a “before” picture, but believe me, there is a huge difference in the adjustments he chose to make to the space. My iPhone pictures do not do the space justice.
“The bathroom was very dated with original, apartment-style finishes,” said Brown, “and I wanted a new, updated look with more functionality.”
Another issue was the 30-in. vanity, which he had to lean down to use because most are a 36-in. standard height. He decided to have the entire space gutted from floor to ceiling and made the following improvements:
- – The laminate floors were replaced with tile.
- – The built-in vanity was replaced with a taller unit with legs for a more furniture-style look.
- – The pre-fab garden tub is now a floor-to-ceiling, spa-like, glass-enclosed shower.
Brown purchased the shower and
wall tiles from Home Depot.
“My contractor was amazing and helped me choose materials that would be functional, long lasting and modern,” said Brown. “Working with him, I selected tiles that were aesthetically pleasing and were in keeping with the other design elements in my home.”
Brown had a budget to renovate one room in his condo – the kitchen or the bathroom – another decision the contractor helped him make.
“We ultimately went with bathroom because it was in need of better functionality, whereas the kitchen was more aesthetics,” he said. “Once we decided on the room, the contractor recommended we do the entire bathroom, including flooring, painting, new baseboards, new toilet…to have consistency among finishes while staying on budget.”
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