Bathroom remodel makes good use of a blessing in disguise

Designer - Katie Hurst

Written by: Julie Thompson

A bathroom remodel almost always requires one thing—more space. But when Katie Hurst arrived at a Sugarcreek Township home to survey a master bath that needed an overhaul, she was pleasantly surprised to find just the opposite.

“Their space was enormous,” says Hurst, designer with Hurst Total Home. “I remember laughing when I walked in because most people don’t have this problem.”

The size of the bathroom and its large run of vanity space were about the only things the homeowners had ever liked about the room. “When we first looked at this house to purchase it, the first thing I said was that the bathroom had to go,” the homeowner says. “And here we are 20 years later and nothing has changed because we both were working and we didn’t have time to devote to it. After I retired, I decided that was the first thing I wanted to devote my time to.”


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