Happy Friday, friends! We threw you a curve ball this week and moved our blog to Friday. Why not mix it up?
If you’ve been following along than this project isn’t new to you. This jack + jill bathroom wasn’t functioning well for our clients and their son and only had a tub – no shower head. I guess people in the 60s liked to primarily take baths? For a six foot 16 year old, the set up was less than ideal. We presented our client with a couple of design options and landed with this stunning scheme!
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To save money, we opted to keep the existing tub and only demo the tile and shower walls. We took out the outdated pastel green tile at the tub surround and sheetrock was replaced with cement board that is a water-resistant and mold-resistant tile backerboard.
The original cabinets were sticking and had plain panel fronts. However, the beautiful countertops were already updated and the cabinets had ample storage. Rather than replacing the vanity cabinet, we saved money and gave this cabinet a facelift with new cabinet door and drawer fronts, as well as new hardware! Wait until you see the end result!
We think this jack + jill bathroom renovation turned out stunning, but we’ll let you be the judge 😉
So, what did you think? Quite the refresh, right?
It’s almost officially spring, which means it is time to tackle all those projects you’ve been waiting to do. We offer both virtual and local design services and love helping everyone we connect with on social media! If you’re interested in working together you can email us or send us a design inquiry through our website.
We can’t wait to work with you!