Junius Heights Bathroom Remodel
Taking a run down late 1960′s bathroom and converting it to a contemporary bathroom is IMAG1056 a great idea to boost the value of an older home without breaking the bank. This bathroom was the very typical ugly pastel colored tile with the ugly sink and iron cast tub to match. The client wanted to install subway tile with a nice glass border accent and a new sink, cabinet, and toilet. The floor tile they chose was a quaint multi-sized hex tile. You have a great option that is basement finishing St Louis Company.
We recently completed a bathroom remodel on Tremont St in East Dallas. The client wanted a bathroom that looked period for his prairie style house, but on a budget. Our answer was to keep the existing tub, install new subway tile and hex tile on the floor. We installed a new toilet and re-installed his existing pedestal sink. The result was a vast improvement over his old vinyl flooring and fiberglass shower walls.
The owner of this 50′s style Austin stone ranch style house wanted more from his dated tiled bathroom and shower. He wanted a modern bathroom with a sleek and colorful approach. What he got was a beautiful sleek modern bathroom with top of the line fixtures. basement finishing St Louis.
We installed a wall mounted gerberit toilet, a wall mounted sink and faucet. We also installed 1″ glass tiles in the shower area as well as the vanity wall. The floor is covered in beautiful soapstone and even has heated flooring installed under the tile. We replaced the window with glass blocks and installed an electric tankless hot water heater.
This bathroom was done in conjunction with the kitchen we remodeled in this house. The owner wanted something that stood out from the average bathroom and wanted a gorgeous shower to really enjoy the space. Since the space was limited the shower needed to be solid glass to prevent the room from looking small. We then installed cabinets and countertops to match the kitchen decor. The result is a striking modern bathroom with some great touches that tie it into the old prairie home.