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A Better Bathroom – Times Two
The bathrooms in this home in the Warner Creek subdivision, just west of Saline, were ready for remodeling. The rooms hadn’t been updated since the home was built.
First Design Cabinetry – along with our sister company Homeowner Services of America (HSA) – worked with the homeowners to develop designs, determine material specifications, and set the budget and schedule for remodeling the master bath and main bathroom. New cabinets – along with smart reuse of existing cabinets – played a key role in the remodeling. The project’s main purposes were to modernize and open up the bathrooms for more space and additional light.
In the main bath, FDC provided a larger vanity and wall cabinet in Diamond Distinction maple with a chocolate finish. These were selected to emphasize the new clear glass vessel and polished chrome faucet. The vanity counter was tiled as well with a taller-than-normal splash to match the height of the faucet. This tile work required use of three different-sized tiles, and combined the accent stripe tile from the shower surround with glass tiles.
In the master bath, all interior components were removed, with one exception: the vanity cabinets, which the homeowners wanted to reuse. Reducing the height of the wall between the toilet compartment and vanity has allowed more light from the window to enter the bathroom. This has also made the bathroom seem larger because the eye can now see all the way to the exterior wall instead of stopping at the toilet compartment.