Traditional Main Floor Renovation with Modern Touches
[Master Bathroom Portion]
These clients are return clients *three times over*! Having built two custom homes for them in the past, they came to us for this special remodel most recently. We restructured this house for full wheelchair accessibility:
• brought multi-level flooring to single level
• relocated valves
• custom built an accessible master bathroom with elegant and comfortable shower seating.
• built a zero-threshold shower (a walk-in shower in which the bathroom floor and shower floor are flush – there is no sill to step over which makes it easy for a wheelchair to roll right into the shower)
The house was updated into a Traditional style throughout, including details such as granite kitchen countertops, a Delta faucet, ceramic bathroom tile, a Euro glass door, a stainless steel undercounter sink, a ceramic kitchen backsplash, real white oak flooring that was sanded and stained to the clients’ color choice, a granite top with undercounted oval bathroom sink, and a Delta “Wide Spread” faucet.
This master bathroom was designed to be luxurious while being fully wheelchair accessible. This project required the complete removal of the previous master bathroom to accommodate a full rebuild from the ground up. Valves were moved and new walls were constructed to create a spacious bathroom with a zero-threshold shower (a walk-in shower in which the bathroom floor and shower floor are flush – there is no sill to step over which makes it easy for a wheelchair to roll right into the shower). Beautiful details such as ceramic tile, a granite counter with a white undercounter sink, and a Delta faucet were incorporated into the bathroom. The shower was constructed with ceramic tile and a Euro glass door, with built-in seating to match the clients’ custom specifications.