Sexy Condo Small Bathroom Remodel
This 25 year old condo needed a small bathroom remodel. There was no option to move the fixtures because of the concrete construction, but the layout was not the problem anyway. A beautiful custom walnut vanity replaced the original basic built in cupboard. Topped with a large trough sink with two taps, the sink area is now functional for two people, which is a bonus in this small bathroom remodel. Deep drawers add tons of storage and mean no cabinets to dig through. The mirror angles easily for different people while sconces on either side provide great light to compliment that coming from the pot lights. The bathtub was replaced with one that could be tiled on the front apron for a built in look. New shower fixtures were installed, including a handy handheld nozzle. A mosaic niche was added for storing bath products. The glass wall provides a sleeker, more modern look than a shower curtain. The stone look porcelain wall tiles co-ordinate with the plainer large floor tiles divided by small stone mosaic inserts every other row. The toilet was replaced with a sleek one piece dual flush model with a plain skirt right down to the floor. A new frosted glass 3 panel pocket door was installed to close off the laundry room. A tall shelving unit was removed and a row of cabinetry with pullouts replaced it. A butcher block countertop provides a great surface for sorting and folding laundry. This small bathroom remodel won Bronze in the bathroom category of the Canadian Decorators Association’s annual design competition in 2014.
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