This 1995 T.W. Lewis Master Bathroom needed a full renovation, starting with the layout. At 169 sq. ft., we had a lot of room to work with, but the original Spanish style bathroom didn't utilize it to it's full potential. The original shower was only 30 inches x 30 inches, but by downsizing the massive tub deck (while maintaining a 6 ½' long soaker tub), we were able to install a large 5’x5’ zero clearance shower. All of this was achieved without expanding the space or moving any walls. The 8' long double sink vanity was updated with brand new espresso cabinetry, white quartz countertop, and high polished chrome fixtures (which are featured throughout the entire space). Both the tub and shower utilize a porcelain tile in a Carrara marble-esque finish, with a gray tone wood-like porcelain tile replacing the spanish saltillo tile on the floor, adding to the updated contemporary feel. While this bathroom looks like a million bucks, this overhaul was completed on a budget (meaning moving plumbing was a no-go), showing how valuable creative space planning is to a successful renovation.
Take a look at this transformation below!
Here is a before photo: