Bathroom #11

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     The call came in from a very well educated client who had spoken to many contractors in effort to find the right one for the bathroom renovation of her historical 1941 home.  This client really knew what she wanted as she explained her desired floor plan and fixtures to be installed.  We began by removing an old brick chimney that ran adjacent to the space as well as removing an adjacent closet.  This added valuable square footage to the otherwise small bathroom. 

     Custom Construction staff removed all of the old tile and cast iron bath tub.  The plaster and the old window were the next to go.  This made way for new insulation in the exterior wall and an energy star replacement window.  The bathtub, sink, and toilet locations were all moved to accommodate the new floor plan.  The walls were painted and new bathtub with tile surround were installed.  A water wise Kohler tub shower valve along side a very efficicient Kohler toilet provide high quality with an element of simple style.  The vanity was customized with vintage legs from a salvaged balaster.  This really connects the modern bathroom ammenities with the historical theme of the home.  A closet was added to provide necessary storage with custom made door and jam.  Wainscot was installed on all walls below a small decorative shelf.  These clean lines again connect the heritage of the home.


This Greensboro, North Carolina bathroom remodel is a great example of how design meets function.  


(336)  644 – 5600


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