- Year Built: 1991
- Project Type: Master Bathroom
- Neighborhood: Mallard Crossing
- Location: Indianapolis, IN
Priority 1: “I love to take baths, but the tub was just too small to really enjoy.” – arrow pointing to shower area.
Priority 2: “Integrate handheld showerhead and bench for an improved shower experience.” – arrow pointing to shower area.
Priority 3: “Create a timeless design for resale purposes.” – arrow pointing to white wall mounted towel racks.
Priority 4: “Redesign the vanity for more usable storage and countertop space.” – arrow pointing to vanity.
Priority 5: “Recreate my grandmother’s floor design to honor her memory.” – arrow pointing to floor.
NEW TUB: The old tub deck was removed to make room for a larger soaker tub. A frameless glass enclosure gives an updated look.
SHOWER FUNCTION: A rear bench and adjustable handheld shower allowed for a multi-purpose shower experience.
TIMELESS DESIGN: Polished chrome hardware, lighting and plumbing were used to create a timeless and traditional design that is sure to cater to all crowds for resale purposes.
THE VANITY: More storage and countertop space was created by lengthening the vanity by 6 inches and reversing the false front drawers.
FLOORING: Custom black flowers were randomly included in the tile design as a way to honor a family member’s memory.