Everyone has one in their house but not everyone likes what they have. Bathrooms like everything do wear out. Refreshing your bath is important. It's where you start every morning and end every day. Why not do it somewhere that doesn't have tiles following off the wall, mold that can't be cleaned, and toilets that don't stop running. A new bath is a great thing.
Not just another 1937 GHI bathroom. This one looks back to the Arc Deco period that was so popular in the 1930s and celebrates the glamour and style while still staying modern and fresh.
After 20 years in their custom-built home, it was time to update. The one-room everyone waits on is their own Master Bathroom. This is because we all think no one important is going to see it. Well, you see it every day. My client, after raising their family in this home realized it was time to give themselves a wonderful treat and update their bath into a retreat. With Calcutta gold porcelain tiles, mushroom brown vanity and shower pan, and punched with a blush ceiling. Which creates a wonderful warm glow to everything.
The new owners of this Greenbelt home found their new bathroom wasn't exactly what they were dreaming about when it comes to their new home. The classic full porcelain shower surround was very retro cool but when you were in this tiny dark shower it wasn't so cool. So we were brought in to give the homeowners their dream of a black and white bathroom. We added touches of carrara marble and added a lot more LED light fixtures. This created a bright, classic yet modern bathroom. We hope you love the pictures as much as the homeowners love their new bathroom.
I was brought in by the contractor to plan out a remodel of an existing full bath and laundry on the first floor. The contractor wanted a simple "don't change" anything design. The homeowners deserved more.
After working on this house for the last owner, the new owner loved what we did and asked us to design out their enclosed garage and add a 1/2 bath.
This was a new home for its home owner but it needed a little love. The seller really should have called us, but they didn't. Good for the new owner as she was able to pick out new paint colors, bathroom textures and fixtures, and get a new first floor.
A remodel of this 5x7 standard 1937 Greenbelt Homes bathroom. The homeowner what something classic and really wanted some type of border. We selected this beautiful classic white and grey marble mosaic with 1/2" grey marble semi-rounded pencil trim.
Our client needed a new 1/2 bathroom added to the first floor to address mobility concerns. Like most clients, they had ideas and plans for what would be the best place for this new bath along with some other storage and usage issues. Our job is to listen to their needs, access their plans, and then come up with the best plan for the space to exceed their needs. We determined the best way to address using the spaces they had to address their needs was to use an underused mud and storage room and turn it into a new accessible 1/2 bathroom and laundry room. The client was very happy with the plan and the end result exceeded their expectations. That is what we strive for every time.
The homeowner didn't feel the pink and black bathroom from the 80's was his style. He wanted something timeless, simple, quietly elegant and most of all black and white.
The owner of this GHI home in Greenbelt, inherited a house that had not been maintained in over 30 years. This poor bathroom was in such a poor state that the coop board insisted it is fixed prior to her taking full ownership of this house. It was rough. She had a vision of doing a pure black-and-white bathroom so that is what we did. Complete with black polished granite flooring, basalt mosaic shower pan, and unique 13x39 glossy white tiles. We also replace her upstairs doors with refreshed solid core 2-panel doors resembling the original doors that were now missing.