Our client, Justin, had an outdated and very tight bathroom. To the right of this shower stall was a narrow linen closet which was removed to make room for a much larger shower. We installed custom maple floating shelves and towel racks above the new toilet. The existing vanity and built-in storage unit was repainted and we replaced the top with a leather finished black granite counter. We love the way Justin’s tile choices came together: a gray wood-look tile for the floor, subway tile surround in the shower, and a small hexagon shower floor tile. In order to help out a friend financially, Justin decided to save some money on the remodel. He did much of the demo and painting himself, and did an excellent job. He is a great guy and we are thankful for the opportunity to work with him!
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