Paul Johnson

General Contractor • FIne Carpentry
 
 
  1. Down to the studs remodel of a dormer bathroom that had previously been “updated” when the house was sold a few years before.

  2. Clean, modern fixtures married with traditional styling and finishes add a classic, timeless look to this 1940s bathroom.

• Dormer widened by 3” inches to allow for new soaking tub.

  1. Freestanding tub filler and narrow-rimmed tub allow for the maximum room for bathing.

• Heated floor and heated towel bar keep space feeling comfortable all year long.

  1. Dual-flush toilet for water efficiency.

  2. New high-efficiency water heater placed in line with the main house water heater helps conserve water and energy and alleviates lag-time in hot water reaching the space.

  3. Frameless glass shower and abundant well-placed lighting give space a bright and open feel.

  4. Built with FSC certified lumber and recycled cotton insulation

  5. Traditional door replaced with pocket door to alleviate awkwardness of in-swinging door into a small space.












Modern Traditional Bathroom

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