Main Floor Bathroom
The main floor of this home used to only have one bathroom. The first section of the bathroom was a single sink area with a large closet on the opposite wall. There was then a doorway that went into an area with a tub/shower and toilet. We closed off the first part of the bathroom, scooted over the vanity, put the toilet beside it, and removed the closet and replaced it with a tub/shower! By doing this we were able to add a private master bathroom and have two functional spaces instead of one. To see the full before and after video of this project go to our Work page and scroll down to "10th Avenue SW".
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This vanity cabinet came in pieces and had to be assembled. It was a great price though, with drawers and cute legs.
We selected a marble-look quartz for the vanity top for it's durability and stain resistance.
A single hole faucet means easier cleaning and this simple design had a modern style.
A round undermount sink is a favorite of mine because it is easy to keep clean (no corners) and looks like and bright.
I found a really cool mirror with a mirror frame, but really any beveled edge could have a similar look!
Three bulb vanity fixture adds flattering light for the whole space.
A one piece tub and shower insert offers easy cleaning and functionality.
shower head and trim kit
A simple shower head and tub trim kit are cost-effective and perfect for long-term functionality.
A neutral gray porcelain floor tile is durable, water resistant, and will look great for years to come.
I love a bright white toilet and elongated seats are comfortable for anyone!
Matching towel bars and toilet paper holders make the space feel cohesive.