Updated: Jul 27
BEFORE- Fiberglass Shower and jet tub
Blaine Master Bath Remodel- Part 1
Therese and Dean were a referral from a former client who I did a kitchen remodel for.
They already had a contractor, Tony, but needed help figuring out layout, tile, vanity, lighting.
Therese knew she wanted a spa-like bathroom. It became very clear right away that even though it was a bigger space, door placement, toilet location, and the fact that it shared a wall with the next townhouse unit, made all her dreams hard to achieve.
I often joke that I am the dream killer sometimes and I felt that way during this first consult! She really wanted a large freestanding tub and a huge walk-in shower... something I couldn’t give her.
I tried hard to sell my vision of a large walk-in shower with lots for glass and a rain head and an amazing built-in adjacent to it. We agreed I would make two floor plans so she could really see how it would lay out.
-spa like vibe
-keep existing wall color
- a touch of bling/glamour
Mood Board #moodboard
When I presented the two floor plan options and tile selections I was nervous she was still bent on having a tub. She did linger a few minutes on it and then they agreed the single shower plan would be the best to move forward with!
I figures out quantities, places orders, and away we went.
I had never worked with Tony before, but he was so easy to work with. Meticulous and put up with my crazy custom cabinetry requests. I wanted a furniture vanity from Wayfair to save money and then had him create a tower identical to add on. Then I wanted the built-in unit adjacent to the shower to look the same too. No easy task.
TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR PART 2: AFTER and Client Interview
Thank you for joining in and reading! I hope you got an insight into what we do, who we work with, the reality behind making old spaces new, and how awesome are clients are!