Red House Remodeling Blog

March 8, 2022
A remodeled bathroom

Primary Bath Revitalization: From White to WOW!

Every remodel starts with goals, and these homeowners had two for their primary bath: to look less 90s and to function better in the existing space. That’s exactly what we did for this family when we designed and remodeled their primary bath with current finishes and created an additional closet in a space previously occupied by a large – and unused – jetted bathtub.

Primary Bath Revitalization: Before the Remodel

Before the remodel, the homeowners were tired of their 90s-style primary bath with white, raised-panel cabinets, white tile floor, old shower and large jetted bathtub. Ready for updates and a better use of the space, they turned to Red House Remodeling for help with design, selections, construction … every detail to make their primary bath perfect for the next 30 years.

Primary Bath Remodel: Planning Documents and Drawings

The homeowners generally liked the layout of the primary bath, but they didn’t use the large bathtub and were interested in more storage. As you can see in the pre-construction documents above, the space next to the shower, previously occupied by the bathtub, is now a closet, which looks natural in the space.

Primary Bath Remodel: After

After the remodel, the primary bath is updated with finishes and fixtures including poplar cabinets with Seagull stain. The lightly-stained cabinets add both color and texture to the space and work well with white trim, black interior doors and dark gray large-scale tile flooring. The sink base cabinets are paired with drawers on either side for flexible, accessible storage.

Primary Bath Remodel: Fixtures and Finishes

The vanity cabinets are topped with Moorland Fog Caesarstone quartz, and excellent choice for its consistency and durability. Delta Ara fixtures have simple clean lines in a stainless finish. We expanded the above vanity into an unused space to give the homeowners a bit of extra storage for towels or baskets.

Primary Bath Remodel: Fixtures and Finishes

For every finish material you see, there are numerous related decisions, which makes having an experienced designer a must! The vanity light fixtures have clean lines similar to the Delta Ara faucets, while a custom framed mirror has just the right size and scale for each vanity. Shower niches were sized and placed per the homeowners preferences, and the showerhead has an integrated handheld eliminating the need for a separate handheld fixture.

It’s always a good start to the day when your master bath looks and feels amazing! You can see more of our primary bath remodels here. Contact Red House Remodeling when you’re ready to make your space work for you. We’ll help you Love Your Home!