Typical Guest Bath Remodel

Guest Bath Renovation Finished Look

What's New

Cabinets are a Shaker Style Painted with a Light Bluish Green with matching Mirrors, Linen Cabinet and Medicine Wall Cabinet (not shown). Quartz is the Countertop for the Double Sinks, all the Plumbing Fixtures Upgraded. The Electrical was also upgraded to include GFCI Outlets for each Sink.

The Flooring is a 1 foot by 2 foot Ceramic that matches the Shower Walls, the Waterfall effect on the Wall matches the Tile used on the Floor. We did a Separate Article on this Shower that explains Step by Step Construction, see the Link below.

As many Bath Remodels as I have been a Part of, Removing Large Mirrors or Big Shower Glass Walls is DANGEROUS. In some cases we have sealed off the Room then Pitched a Large Hammer at the Mirror or Large Glass Walls then Clean up the Small Pieces, even that is DANGEROUS. I don't Recommend either just call a Pro to get the Glass out.

The Shower

The Finished Shower is 6 foot 4 inches Wide, the Owner decided that a Door in and out of the Shower would not be needed. I would prefer a Door or at least A Vertical Support from Top & Bottom.

In the Final Image below notice the Verticle Waterfall Tile is not in the Center of the Shower. It Was decided that the Placement should be more Visable from the Entry and not located in the Center.

In The Image below on the Left is the existing Copper that was for the Old Shower. The Plumber will cut out most of the Pipes shown here and attach Pex to run over to the opposite end and back to the Shower Head. The Shower can be adjusted before getting Wet.

Keeping Old Water Hammer Arrestors

The Owner wants to keep the Water Hammer Arrestors that you see in the Image. They have experienced Water Hammering in the other Bathroom. Water Hammer Arrestors or Knock Reducers are a Shock Absorber so when the Water to an Appliance is Turned Off quickly the Pipes Don't Knock. They are Available at most Hardware Outlets.

As seen in the Image below Pex Piping has been run up through the attic ready for the Plumber.

New Pex Pipes through the Ceiling

In the Image below you can see The Drywall Repairs in the Cabinet Portion of the Bathroom have been Completed and Painted.

Dry Wall Holes Repaired and Painted

The Installers just Finished installing the Cabinets, Next get The Shower and Floor Started

Vanities and Tall Cabinets before Countertop

We shot this Image to show the Perfect alignment of the Tile on the Floor.

Perfect Tile Floor Grout Lines

A few days after the Room was Completed we stopped by to get a Final Image. The before Image is just below.

Final Image of Guest Bath Renovation Before Image of Bath Renovation

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Internal Links

Guest Bath Project 10

Kids Bath Project 14

Building A Custom Shower Step by Step

Laundry Room Make Over

Custom Wall Unit

Harry Potter Style Storage

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