Transforming a dated bathroom doesn’t require a lot of square footage. A new color palette and glass shower enclosure made all the difference in converting this first home fixer upper bathroom into a light, airy and downright delightful washroom.
In this project Swank Design remodeled a bathroom for newlyweds who desired to brighten, open up, and modernize the space.
From start to finish the goal was to create openness in an otherwise small space. This required some renovations. We took down cabinets and an unnecessary closet which allowed us to expand the shower and put in a beautiful white free standing tub.
Replacing the aqua themed tile with white tile added a clean and modern feel and look in the shower.
Adding some gray and natural tones into the flooring and bathroom sink cabinet drew warmth and comfortability into the space.
With some strategic space planning, lighting, brightening, and a splash of brass, this young couples dream bathroom come to life!
To see more from this project head over to Swank Design here.
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