Before & After Primary Bath

Are you living with that original “builder-grade” primary bath, circa 1999? Today’s bathrooms feature larger showers and free-standing tubs with sexy finishes that are grade A. Ditch the bright brass and vanilla surfaces and enter the richer look of contrasting finishes, frameless shower surrounds and matte black fixtures. This bathroom remodel by Hixon Interiors illustrates that change.

Starting with the swap from built-in tub to free-standing, this bathroom now feels larger with the flooring going wall to wall. The homeowner has gained a much larger tub, while at the same time freeing up floor space. The shower also utilized all the square footage possible by using a custom, tiled floor pan rather than the standard fiberglass shower base. Use Hixon Interiors to space plan your primary bath.

Matte black plumbing fixtures are the new “oil rubbed bronze”. Hixon Interiors predicts this finish will be timeless and maintenance is a breeze!

Out with the all-white bath vanity in limiting standard sizing and in with the custom cabinets from Kamtz Cabinets. These alder cabinet added increased storage and eye appeal to this primary bathroom. The new leathered granite countertop pulls everything together and adds that all important texture to the space.

The remodel of a primary bathroom will add value to your home as well as to your life. Consider consulting Sarah Bashore on your next bath remodel project.

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