A dual bathroom renovation in this house gave Lindsay & Alan a fresh new space upstairs and a second full bathroom downstairs.

We turned a closet sized bathroom in the basement into a space worthy of being a master suite. The tile work in both bathrooms steals the show and makes the spaces both durable and beautiful. The upstairs bathroom got a soothing palette of sea green & aqua pencil tile. The floor to ceiling application ups the "wow" factor and makes this high traffic area much more durable. A custom shower nook with marble ledge helps keep all the bottles and puffs well organized. The slim tank toilet is a great option for narrow rooms - they cost a bit more but are well worth it if you are tight on space. The basement bathroom certainly doesn't feel like a basement bathroom! Lots of tile keeps the space from looking cluttered. A custom shower enclosure with floor to ceiling glass keeps the look bright and open. The use of reclaimed wood accents softens the look and adds warmth.

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