Trading spaces leads to impressive bathroom remodel
Written by: Jane Schreier Jones
Grand old houses, like the 100-year-old home that Courtney and Eric purchased in Oakwood a few years ago, have incredible advantages including a distinctive look, loads of charm, and extras like luscious woodwork and high ceilings. One thing they rarely have is a master bathroom. “The lack of bathroom space bothered me from the start but I hoped a bathroom remodel would fix the problem,” says Courtney.
Resources: Contractor: Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling; Interior design: Matt Jones and Lisa Herd, Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling; Architect: Greg Lauterbach; Master bathroom: Cabinetry: Merillat; Countertops: Silestone Quartz in Lagoon, KBR; Sinks: Kohler, KBR; Faucets and bathtub: Carr Supply; Hardware: Jeffrey Alexander Padua Collection; Shower tile: The Tile Shop; Shower field tile: Streamline, Florida Tile; Floor tile: Sandal Wood glazed porcelain, Mediterranea, Floor & Décor; Sconces: Hinkley Yorktown, Premiere Lighting Gallery; Window treatments: Donna’s Draperies; Paint: Alpaca, Anonymous and Pure White, Sherwin-Williams; Hall bathroom: Cabinetry: Homecrest; Countertop and sinks: Creative Design Marble; Faucets and bathtub: Carr Supply; Hardware: Top Knobs; Shower tile: The Tile Shop; Floor tile: 2-inch matte white hexagon, Florida Tile; Lighting: Premiere Lighting Gallery; Paint: Cloudless and Pure White, Sherwin-Williams; Closet: Custom cabinetry: Pristine Finishes; Hardware: Amerock; Paint: Pure White, Exuberant Pink and Tricorn Black, Sherwin-Williams; Hardwood flooring: Greater Dayton Building & Remodeling
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