After living in their home 34 years, our homeowners recently decided to stay in place versus moving out-of-state. With a distinct vision in mind and wanting to remodel most of their home eventually, they decided to focus on the primary bathroom as a starting point.
Working around an existing window in the bathroom, it took some impressive designing to remove a tub and replace it with large shower. Quartz countertops were selected and integrated into the window sill and top of a new stub wall. Focal point of the remodel design is the intricate tile work in the shower. The wavey tile selected and the picture-framed flower pattern in the shower reflects the artistic vision of the homeowner.
After removing the original tub, a wall next to the toilet was cut down and the new shower area tiled. In addition to the multi-dimensional tile work on the shower walls, the bottom of the shower was crafted in penny tiles, which is challenging but looks stunning when done right. A barn-style shower door was installed. New cabinetry was added, including a medicine cabinet and cabinet above the toilet. New tile floor, framed mirror, sinks, and toilet were installed. A barn door replaced the double swinging doors at the room opening and mirrored closet slider doors were updated with a contemporary finish.
In the words of our homeowners’, “Lenton Company did such a wonderful job with our bathroom remodel. We’d been waiting 30 years to remove an old marble jacuzzi tub and install a walk-in shower. Everyone at Lenton was so easy to work with and the designer was able to take my vision and incorporate it into the beautiful primary bath of our dreams. The crew were all friendly and respectful of our home and went to great lengths to keep the bedroom functional during the process. I’m excited for them to redo my hall bathroom next and then move on to the kitchen. Lenton was the right choice for us.”