Two very different bathrooms here, an older home and a newer contemporary bath

The first picture is of the half-bath on the main floor that was done with the kitchen shown in that gallery. The main bath upstairs had previously been remodeled in the fifties and was pink and red without a shower. The room was striped down to the studs and had new plumbing and electrical installed. A white octagonal tile was installed on the floor with a white subway tile on the walls and shower. Green marble was used as a 6” base around the room. New plumbing fixtures with sink, toilet, and tub were added along with new lighting. The wood trim was all removed and refinished to keep the original look and material where possible.

The newer contemporary baths are actually five different bathrooms in the same house and were all updated without the changing out of the cabinets or wall covering. The floors were removed and replaced with heated tile floors, toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, lighting, etc. were all replaced. Each bathroom was different and yet the same look was carried throughout the house.