Our homeowner lost their spouse after an extended illness. Determined to stay in the home forever, the primary bath needed to be reconsidered for convenience and accessibility. Old fluorescent lighting covered the entire ceiling in the vanity area and a small ledge oddly jutted from the tub/shower in the shower room. Medicine cabinets could go away but functional storage would need to be added. The double sink and short counters were no longer practical.
We designed an elegant theme of whites, greys, and satin nickel tones throughout all the bath ‘rooms’ – toilet closet, vanity area, shower room, and large clothes closet – keeping pulls and faucets streamlined for ease of use and cleaning. Grey wood-look LVP flooring was selected to harmoniously flow from space to space.
Removing the old fluorescent fixtures in the vanity area reclaimed valuable vaulted ceiling space where we added recessed can lighting and mounted two beautiful sconces that framed an eye-catching mirror. Reducing two sinks to one gave space to raise the counter height and add a full height linen cabinet featuring glass doors on the top to showcase items. In the shower room, the little shelf was extended into a full bench the width of the room. A walk-in shower with ease of entry for future home care if needed replaced the tub. Grab bars were discreetly added to lend stability and offer dual functionality.
In the words of our homeowner, “This was the third room remodel with Lenton Company and it turned out absolutely beautiful. The quality of the workmanship is excellent and holds up over the years. If there ever is an issue, Rob Lenton is always there to remedy it. For me, that is the sum of their values. After recent travels, I breathed a sigh of relief when I walked back into my peaceful sanctuary.”