One of the biggest projects we have done on our house so far is the bathroom renovations. The Master bathroom, aka my bathroom, was the first one to get done. Let’s do a flashback real quick to when we first moved in. Until this project was complete, I had never been able to use my shower and always shared my sister’s bathroom because the previous owners had tried to do it themselves and failed massively. Whenever you turned the shower on, water would leak downstairs in our living room because they had not even put in a shower pan. I know right!
So to say we were eager to get this project going was an understatement. We started out getting quotes from several different companies. We knew this was going to be pricey but we also had a clear picture of what we wanted to do in each of our respective bathrooms. The shower in the Master was so tiny and had a tub and I am not a tub person. I am a great shower-at-the-end-of-the-day kind of person. So I wanted to utilize a big chunk of the space for a big shower and on the other side have storage. In walks in The Bath Shop.
Who Is The Bath Shop?
A focus on shower, bath, and kitchen remodeling results in expert work that is streamlined, systematic, and consistently successful. They use a signature process, that truly exceeds your expectations in every area from understanding your vision to delivering exceptional craftsmanship on time and on budget. They are there for every. single. step.
The Bath Shop has a team of dedicated professionals – From expert designers and project managers to field technicians specializing in tile, plumbing, carpentry, and finish detail, all are dedicated to delivering the highest level of customer service, quality, and remodel experience available.
Why The Bath Shop?
We were blown away by The Bath Shop and from the very first meeting, knew they understood our vision and were going to take good care of us. I can say that throughout the entire construction process, the crew has been nothing short of incredible. We have had the same crew for both bathrooms and have really gotten to know everyone really well.
For the master bathroom, we had already replaced the floors with a new gray tile and planned on keeping the vanities and faucets, but everything else was game. I am not a silver or chrome fan and already had black faucets so very much wanted to play off of that. The same goes for the white tile for my shower floor. I had white vanities and it was easy to play off the grey and black.
When we went into The Bath Shop design showroom, I had thought I wanted to bring some blue into my bathroom because it is my favorite color but once I saw the blue it made everything feel darker and that is the opposite of what I wanted. I love the pattern that is on the shower wall tile and how we brought it into the whole bathroom behind the vanities and around the wall. Another must was putting a privacy tempering over my very large window so as not to give anyone a show every time the shower was used.
What is the style of your house? Modern? Ranch/Farmhouse? Art Deco? Modern? As always, thank y’all for stopping by and reading. I will see y’all back here next time.