The original common bathroom in this Sudbury 2.5-bath colonial was last renovated in the 1980s. It had bright yellow tile on the walls, the tub, toilet and sinks were all yellow as well. As you can imagine, the homeowners wanted to bring this bathroom into the 21st century with a bathroom renovation project.
We started by removing all of the wall tiles, tub and surround, toilet and the double sinks. We took the bathroom down to the bare walls and floor. We upgraded the plumbing and the shower valve. We added new sink fixtures after refinishing the existing custom vanity with a fresh coat of paint, new granite countertop, double sinks and cabinet hardware. While the walls were exposed, we had an expert electrician make sure the electrical in the room was up to current safety codes.
We installed new two by four porcelain floor tile that has a clean, traditional look. The walls were replastered and repainted with Benjamin Moore eggshell finish paint in a light shade of gray. The toilet was replaced with a Toto efficient multi-flush environmentally friendly model.
The new tub is a white enameled cast iron from Kholer.
The new shower surround was made up of one by two tiles with a white and gray theme. We also added a one by two shampoo niche with a Symmons Allura brushed stainless steel safety valve. These safety valves are now required by code and prevent a separate hot water valve from scalding people inadvertently.
As part of our services, we helped the homeowners make design and accessory decisions by contributing advice gathered from years of experience in the field. This entire renovation took approximately two weeks to complete.