Before & After: Bathroom Do-Over

January 10, 2019 1 min read

Before and after of a bathroom renovation, before photo showing the inside of a shower with white walls and floor tile, next to the after photo showing the inside of a renovated shower with dark green tile.

A modern upgrade.

It's always a challenge to make the most of a smaller space, but eliminating the cluttered wallpaper really helped calm down the feeling in this bathroom and actually make the space look bigger. We used the wood accents in the mirror and cabinets to give this room a warmer feel. The new sink and counter tops gave it a very clean and modern feel with new facets and fixtures throughout.

The owner really enjoyed the natural light from their previous shower so we decided to maintain that luminescent feel with the new shower.

We continued with the green tile in the shower as it really pulled the room together and added a cabinet about the toilet for storage which really helps make the most of a smaller room. 

See below for more before and after photos:

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