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remodeler Normandy Park - bath remodel seattle

bathroom


Teeny tiny is the only way to describe this bathroom in Normandy Park. But the owner had a vision: To maximize the space and use beautiful materials and a new bay window to make it light, bright and functional. Porcelain tile, Grohe fixtures and lots of mirrors make it spectacular. Completed 2006.

project features


  • The priority of this project was making every bit of space count, along with bringing in lots of light
  • A three-panel cabinet at the sink is reflected on the opposite wall with a single large mirror
  • A new vanity with porcelain tile counters and Grohe faucet integrates into the tile work at the adjacent shower

project photos


Click on the thumbnails to read the story of this bathroom remodel.
This small bathroom was designed in many spaces down to 1/16 of an inch.  Making every bit of space count was the top priority, along with bringing in lots of light and using fine materials. The source of light is mostly from this new bay window, which replaced a funky old one.  Supporting the weight of this was challenge A new vanity with porcelain tile counters and Grohe faucet integrates into the tile work at the adjacent shower niche The shower has integrated, tiled seating at one end.  The glass shower surround helps make this bathroom feel bigger than it is.   This was important because the previous shower was walled in on three sides This new linen cabinet is innovative on several fronts.  First, the entire unit is recessed back into the framing, so it's actually 3 'inch deeper than it looks.  It's also installed off the floor.  This floating installation helps keep the floor there a seamless line The final design element to improve the light and feeling of openness is mirrors.  A three-panel cabinet at the sink is reflected on the opposite wall with a single large mirror.  It's amazing how all of these design elements work together to make this very small space feel spacious Before: dated and funky bathroom design Before, cramped and tough to access, ready for a remodeler Normandy Park After: Light, bright, beautiful and updated


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