This recently purchased home in the Nakoma neighborhood, built in 1981, needed a few updates. In addition to a renovated screen porch, the homeowners desired a complete transformation of their primary bathroom. The existing shower featured a modest modular base with tiled walls and lacked a glass door, relying solely on a curtain. The vanity, sink, and countertop also fell short regarding storage, style, and materials.
Secondly, the family needed a “drop zone” or transition area for their young and expanding family that could be conveniently located near the garage and kitchen.
Our designers got to work, collaborating with the homeowners, to design a primary bathroom and mudroom that best suited their lifestyle and functional needs. Keeping within the bathroom’s existing footprint, the bathroom shower was replaced with a new, larger mud set shower and glass door. The outdated vanity was successfully replaced with a sleek, modern dual sink vanity adorned with white quartz countertops. The linen closet was ingeniously replaced with custom-built cabinetry, offering a space-saving solution that ensures convenience and easy accessibility.
The original pantry closet adjacent to the kitchen underwent a remarkable transformation, now serving as a reimagined mudroom area featuring open seating and ample storage for seasonal items.
The primary bathroom was transformed into a splendid sanctuary that sets the tone for a remarkable start and a soothing conclusion to our clients’ day, while the inviting mudroom provides a comfortable and functional space where the family can hang jackets, take off their shoes, and fully embrace the comfort of their home.