Need Bathroom Design Inspiration? Check Out These Bath Renovations.
At Hebert Design/Build, we have extensive experience in bathroom remodeling in RI and CT. Whether you're creating more space, working within the existing room, or building a custom bath for your new home, we're up for the challenge.
Below are examples of some gorgeous bathroom renovations we completed, including descriptions of each project.
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- Pictures #1 - #5. This dramatic bathroom transformation started with the remnants of what was a classic 1900s style bathroom. Besides the fact that the bathroom hadn’t been updated since the original construction, the claw foot tub and fully enclosed narrow shower made the bathroom feel dark and cramped. Read more here.
- Pictures #6 - #12. Several years ago, the homeowner finished the third floor as a studio, but the space lacked a bathroom. In designing a new bath for this area, we incorporated some of the existing details from the home and added a few new elements that would make the bathroom unique and still look like it was always meant to be there. Read more about it here.
- Pictures #13 and #14. This bath originally had a small dark shower enclosed on three sides and an outdated tile floor. This new shower is 4' x 5' with a built-in seat and rain shower. The all-glass enclosure allows light to flood through the room from the one window. The marble wall tile and floor tile are Ming Green. The dark granite vanity top provides just enough contrast to the room.
- Pictures #15 - #17. You'll see a cool shot looking out from the glass shower onto his-and-her vanities. Functional and fun.
- Pictures #18 - #22. The owners of this home went through several designs with various designers/architects before turning to us. The problem? Many of the designs were lovely, but WAY off budget. That's when we came in. Using the design-build approach, which involves developing design and estimates simultaneously, we collaborated with the owners to come up with a design they loved that also fit their budget. The results? A welcoming, relaxing, airy space with his-and-her floating vanities and a beautiful tub as the focal point. Yep, there's a steam shower, too, which you'll see in the last photo of this series.
- Pictures #23 - #31. The owners wanted to update their dark, cramped master bath, which had a very small shower and a large whirlpool tub they rarely used. They wanted a large shower, more storage, more light, and a more open feel. We accomplished this by eliminating the whirlpool tub and replacing the small alcove shower with a larger tile shower surrounded by glass to allow the light to flow through the room. We also added a makeup vanity and storage that we designed with the owners' needs in mind. By updating and upgrading the materials and fixtures, the bath not only feels much larger, but is also more functional and a much more pleasant place to be.
- Pictures #32 - #36. In this home renovation, the owners wanted us to freshen up both second-floor bathrooms with new cabinets, tiles, and fixtures. In the first bathroom, we converted the tub area into a shower. In the second bathroom, we rebuilt the existing shower. For both, we used with white porcelain subway tile on the wall and 1x2 basket-weave mosaic tiles on the shower floors. The main bathroom floors are 8” octagon tile with 3x3 dots.The doors for the built-in wall cabinet are quarter sawn oak with Burnt Umber stain by Crown Point.
- Pictues #37 - #39. Peach bathroom: think unexpected. In this complete third-floor bathroom renovation, we replaced the tub with a tile shower and added new tile and trim throughout, in addition to a cute and roomy linen closet tucked behind a custom made angled door.
- Pictures #40 and #41. Classic white bathroom: think functional. This modest, but lovely Connecticut home built in the 1950s is owned by an empty nester who was interested in a more inspired kitchen and main bath. Below are pics of the renovated bathroom. We replaced the tub with a tiled shower and included many of the owner's ideas into the design. At Hebert Design/Build, we always listen to your ideas, dreams, and desires.
- Pictures #42 - #47. White and gray master bath with LOTS of storage.The challenge was taking a small space and creating a larger, stylish, more functional master bathroom that was still welcoming and comfortable. The client requested significant storage, so we used the angled walls to create additional cabinet and drawer space. The brushed stainless fixtures complement the grays in the floor and marble countertop, which tie into the mosaic design in the shower.