A Guest Bathroom in Need of a Refresh

For this guest bathroom refresh, the homeowner’s were flexible. Figuring if we are going to be in the house and can’t use the master bathroom, they might as well do the guest bathroom at the same time and move out for the month! That is just what they did. This freed up a lot of time and back and forth for them, as well as, our install team was able to be more flexible with the working hours.

Is it time to refresh your bathroom? Then give it a facelift!

Sometimes it’s not always necessary to rip out everything you own and start from the framing studs. In this case, the existing guest bathroom had all the right accessories. It has plenty of space with double sinks, extra storage provided with the linen closet, and a separate area for bathing and the commode. But, it’s hard when it start to feel outdated. Especially, after your master bathroom right next to is getting all the bells and whistles.

We started with updating the flooring with new tiles that matched the master bathroom. This gave it the feel that it always belonged with the house. CQC installed new cabinets, counters, and plumbing fixtures. We simply re-glazed the tub and provided a new tile shower surround. Everyone really loved how the bathroom refresh turned out, it all ties together so well.

Project Specs:

  • Stock US Shaker Vanity Cabinetry in Gray with Mandal Hardware in Satin Nickel
  • Granite “Delicatus” Countertops with White Square Undermount Sink
  • 3.5″ x 14″ Tullia “Platinum” Tile for Main Floor
  • 10 x 16 Aspire “Blanco” Tile for the Shower Walls
  • Dreamline 60″ Sliding Tub Shower Glass Door
  • Classic Double Vanity Mirror in Shaker White
  • Delta “Ashlyn” Series Vanity Faucet and Shower In2ition Handheld System
  • Matching Delta Bathroom Towel Bar Hardware
  • Kichler Hendrik Brushed Nickel with Satin Etched Glass for Vanity Light Fixtures
  • Mercer Glass Shelf Accessory
  • Sherwin Williams “Icicle” Paint