A Formal Bath Remodel for $45,000
It's a shame that there are no "before" pictures of this bathroom remodel, but from the description as a "corridor-style" room, only 3x10-feet, with "a small shower, a toilet area that was not separated, and an entrance door that blocked movement when it was open," it sounds like it was built by someone who didn't realize that a bathroom is a fairly well-used part of the home. Rather than continue to live with their outdated master bath, the homeowners looked for a way to make better use of the space, turning it into a formal, more elegant space. For a final cost of $45,000, they used Sea Pointe Design, who expanded the bathroom by converting a nearby closet into part of the room, separating the toilet into its own walled space and adding recessed lighting. The closet space became the new shower with multiple shower heads and is almost the size of the original bathroom at 4x6-feet. They also added granite countertops and sinks made of gold glass from Oceana.
[Images The OC Register]