Due to some previous renovations and water damage, this master bathroom was in need of a complete overhaul. The owner's desired to use traditional materials and design features throughout the bathroom. Marble was used on the countertops, floor and shower to pull together the tradtional look throughout the bath. Custom quarter sawn white oak cabinetry was used for the vanities and washed with a gray stain. Radiant heated floors were installed to provide comfort year round. Custom marble work was installed at the leaded glass window sills around the tub, framed mirrors, recessed niche shelving and countertop backsplashes.
Due to very poor previous renovations, much of the structure of the floor had to be reframed and the walls were severely out of plum and required tapered shimming. 3 days of framing and structural work was required before the rough in work could even begin. A new header with a steel flitch plate was installed above the tub as this cantilever bump out on the house was not properly engineered prior to previous construction. A new ceiling was framed to allow for proper lighting and venting.
Before Project Start
After Project Completion
The end result is a bathroom that will stand the test of time, and be both functional and aesthetically pleasing.