Before: Dark and Dreary
Love to dream about those swanky bathroom rebuilds you find in the pages of sanctuary mags and home style locales? In all honesty, all luxury “after’s” had despicable “before’s” at one point in their chronicles.
When rebuild photographs are moving in light of the fact that they nail home the way that truly, this should be possible. In the event that another person transformed their inauspicious shower into a position of satisfaction and delight, you can as well.
About This Bathroom
Kate Arends, author of way of life blog Wit and Delight had an unequivocally grim and sub-par space in her Tudor-style cabin in St. Paul, MN. She chose to take care of business.
After: Bright and Cheery
With the assistance of quartz ledge producer Cambria and its White Cliff™ structure, Kate transformed her bathroom into a beguiling, vivid, consideration commendable space.
The dividers are Hygge and West Otomi Wallpaper in Turquoise.
Pipes apparatuses are from the Delta Trinsic Collection.
Before: Bland and Boring
Kristi, over at the plan blog Addicted 2 Decorating, was not in the least dependent on her dull passage bathroom. She started by tearing everything out of the bathroom, bringing about 39 contractual worker sacks of tile, mortar, wood, and glass that went directly to the landfill.
After: Modern Makeover
One of Alice Dubin’s friends said that it would be, “A crime against Los Angeles,” to renovate her 1930s Art Deco era bathroom. But then again, it wasn’t the friend who had to live with the “stinky plumbing and cracked tile,” as Alice puts it.
Alice totally gutted the bathroom yet did what is ordinarily called a “sensitive rebuild:” holding the vibe of the first while refreshing it practically. The outcome is a light-filled bathroom with vintage-roused floor tiles, metro tile, a Caesarstone tub and ledges, frameless shower and huge amounts of other phenomenal contacts.
At last, Alice logically asks, “Was our 1930s bathroom rebuild a ‘wrongdoing against Los Angeles’ or a conscious overhaul?” Definitely the last mentioned.
Before: Functional but Dated
When ReBath of Illinois was contracted to remodel this bathroom, they were confronted a conundrum. It was a fully functioning bathroom that basically had nothing wrong with it except for one thing: it felt drab and dated. What to do?
After: Lighter and More Open
Rebath of Illinois made the bathroom feel airier and lighter by switching out the old pre-fabricated stall-style shower with a frameless glass shower. Frameless showers allow a maximum of light to pass through—a bonus for small spaces.
Before: Seventies Style
After: Bright and White
Trendmark totally revamped this bathroom, from floor to ceiling, installing white subway tile and a frameless glass shower. One unexpected but welcome spot of color is provided by the vintage stained glass window insert. A cheerful paint scheme completes the look.