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Bathroom that Looks and Feels Good

Our biggest obstacle with this bathroom was creating more storage room and spaciousness with a limited footprint. Our first step was to remove the tub because the Kim, the homeowner, wasn’t using it and wanted a modern, easy-to-clean shower. As a result, we pulled out the tub and re-located the toilet to reconfigure the space. Then we brought in closet organizational tools to optimize our extra tall cabinets and create more storage. Kim really wanted a clean, modern look with that required minimal upkeep so we used materials like ceramic tile that would be easy to keep clean while looking modern. And we created a big, open shower and installed a new skylight right above it.

One of our favorite features added was heated floors. We also did a zero step with the shower, so it is really easy to get in and out. This bathroom not only looks good but feels good.


·     Zero entry shower

·     Marble baseboards

·     Heated floors

·     Ceramic tile


Kim Bradley





130 square feet


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