The curb-less shower is sloped at just the right angle to allow water to drain while still ensuring a flat surface for the bath. Yes, there’s electric in-floor heat too! This family is ready to enjoy having the best of both worlds.
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This project uses a deck-mounted filler (see how there is a flat area on the tub for mounting plumbing fixtures). In the Vintage Meets Traditional project, we used a floor filler. As the name implies, this type of plumbing fixture is mounted to the floor. Deck-mounted fixtures are much more cost-effective than a floor filler
Walnut wood is well-known for its workability and beauty. It is also usually straight-grained, but sometimes you’ll find little waves or curls that enhance the character of the piece. Additionally, a handmade tile with custom color choices adds a pop of color to this bathroom.
Designer: Mary Ellen Rantanen
Project Manager: Paul Gorton
Lead Carpenter: Matt Beaver
Photos: Troy Thies
Vintage Meets Transitional
A historic Victorian Home in Crocus Hill undergoes a bathroom and laundry room remodel.
An upstairs bathroom layout is expanded and reconfigured, giving this family more space for their bathroom routines.
Sunroom Bathroom Mashup
If a sunroom and a bathroom had a baby, this would be it. This bathroom addition with abundant natural light was built around the chimney.
Ben Quie and Sons have done a number of projects for us, one of which was our upstairs bathroom. I love how it turned out. The entire team is top-notch, trustworthy, and show up on time.
~ Katherine Quie