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We bought a house that was over 30 years old and had never been updated. The guest bathroom was the first bathroom to be updated. The tub/shower combination was in great shape with a classic look in white. It had sliding glass doors. We decided to leave the shower for now, but did remove the shower doors and put up a shower curtain instead. We pulled out the vanity and toilet as well as the flooring. We installed ceramic tile and painted first. Then we installed a Koehler low flow toilet. Next came a new vanity in a light cherry wood. We added a Corian countertop and marble vessel sink. Here are our before and after pictures.
As a mid 70s NW contemporary, this bath was in trouble. A split bath with a pocket door made it feel very cramped - though it had started life probably with carpet in it, previous owners had added laminate flooring, and a stained glass window. all of which had to be reversed, so here goes what do you think?
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Created: Nov 5, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
This was a little two piece bathroom. We knocked out a wall, to open it up in the big laundry room /slash office/ work out room lol... I need to make the bathroom to be easier for daycare kids to get to...We love this bathroom... one thing, wish we would have done heated floors.