Bathroom Remodels Before and After

We completed the remodel of these two bathrooms last November and I finally have the photos to show you! Like many of us with small bathrooms, you don’t need a large amount of square footage to make a bathroom feel spacious. Using appropriate color choices and visual techniques, we were able to enhance the open feeling of these spaces.
Master Bathroom Before
Master Bathroom Before    

The homeowner was kind enough to provide us with “before” photos, but unfortunately I don’t have the opposite side of the master bathroom. Just picture the standard tub with shower curtain. Now… do you have that image in your head? Ok, continue scrolling and prepare to be amazed!
Tile with a lineal pattern running in a brick layout helps to visually stretch the shower area along with clear glass shower doors.

Niches were added to provide storage for toiletries. The green glass mosaic was purposely placed diagonal to the matching tile at the bathroom sink to draw the eye in opposing directions, giving the appearance of a larger space.
Taupe Light granite with green glass backsplash, which plays off the subtle green hue in the countertop.
The same tile applied to the walls in the shower were put on the floor.
Similar strategies were used in the half bath. As you can see in both rooms, these were completely 

torn out and everything was replaced including the toilets and flooring. The “before” photos here:

Half Bath Before

 

       
Half Bath Before  
I am absolutely in love with this bathroom! I appreciate the fact that the homeowner was brave enough to buck tradition and choose darker colors. We’ve all heard you should choose light colors to keep a space from feeling confined, but that really isn’t the case as long as you have enough lighting and contrasting hues.
Harvest Green granite with slate backsplash and espresso cabinets. The smoke vessel sink resembles a gem floating on top.
Tile flooring that resembles petrified wood planks.
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