Master bathroom suite Remodel
If you’ve been dying for a bathroom that is as grand as you are, but are worried that remodeling a master bathroom suite is too cumbersome of a task, cast your fears aside—we can show you exactly how we can transform your old bathroom into one suited for royalty. Adding a master bathroom can truly be life-changing for parents who previously shared a bathroom with the rest of the family.
Whether you want expansive his and her counters, a large walk-in steam shower, a tub that functions as a serious retreat, or a room with a view (or all of the above), we’re ready to get to work. From glass block windows for privacy, claw foot tubs for a touch of elegance, or even subway tile and brick for a rustic modern look, we can help.
Powder rooms/half bathroom
Since guests primarily use powder rooms, creating a powder room that will wow those that you invite into your home—while still remaining practical—is the goal. Powder rooms, sometimes called half bathrooms or guest bathrooms, are typically quite small. So remodeling to add a new powder room without taking up too much of your private living space is definitely possible.
Coat closets, expansive entryways, and borrowed space from adjoining rooms are all common practices when you need to add a guest bathroom. Let our bathroom remodeling team show you layout options based upon your floor plan.
Jack and Jill bathrooms
Jack and Jill bathrooms are children’s bathrooms that are often used by two or more children with adjoining rooms. Because children grow, our design specialists will work with you to create a bathroom that evolves as your children age—think transitioning toilets (a toilet with a seat that can be changed as the child moves beyond potty training), graduated step-down basins for the tub, non-slip surfaces, and towel hooks that can later be replaced with towel bars.
The best part of creating a jack and jill bathroom is that both children have easy access to the bathroom for nighttime trips, and both can enjoy their own bathroom sink and preparation area. We can design and add a new jack and jill bathroom between your children’s existing bedrooms, or remodel your current jack and jill bathroom for your growing children’s needs.
A full bathroom is a great addition to the master bedroom or a guest bedroom within your home and can be used by your children or your visitors. Because the full bathroom in your home is probably going to get a lot of traffic, designing one that’s as functional and durable as it is beautiful is important. If you’re thinking of adding a half bathroom or powder room for guests, weight the cost and benefits of adding a full bathroom or three-quarter bathroom as well. While it might not seem necessary now, adding a full or three-quarter bathroom to your home and can be completed with only slightly more square footage if you choose a standup shower instead of a tub.
Three quarter bathrooms
A three-quarter bathroom is one of the more unique bathroom designs, and refers to a bathroom that has a toilet, a sink, and a shower, but does not have a tub. These bathrooms are most commonly ideal for guests or as a second bathroom and are often found in home additions, in-law suites, or basements.
Hundreds of Bathroom Styles to Choose From
Choosing the type of bathroom that you want for your home is just the beginning of the design process. Once you know the layout of your dream bathroom, we’ll get to work on helping you determine the style. Some of our most popular bathroom styles include:
- High tech
- Energy efficient
The bathroom style that you choose is entirely up to you, and we’re happy to answer all of your questions about each style type, and which one we think would work best with your current living space.