Waukesha Traditional Bath
Highlights of this Kitchen Remodel
- Layered light from multiple sources and storage
- A walk-in lighted pantry
- A large work island
- A customized baking center behind doors
- A nearby computer desk behind doors
This Waukesha couple was sick of their outdated bathroom. And the tub wasn’t going to work for them much longer as they continued to age in their home. They wanted something new and more functional for them. To update the space, the space was bumped out into a neighboring closet to give more room for storage in the painted maple vanity. A curbless shower with stylish glass doors replaced the tub, and the tile and updated light fixtures give this whole space a classic, polished look.
Traditional BathBy borrowing a little extra space from the neighboring closet, Al and Mary Ellen were able to gain more storage space in the vanity of their Waukesha home. The remnant granite countertop and new light fixtures give a classic yet updated look to this bathroom.
Walk-in ShowerThe tub in this Waukesha home was replaced with a more accessible curbless shower. The grab bars, seat, and handheld shower create a safe yet attractive shower.