A Sleek and Chic Bathroom Makeover
Even before moving into their Park Slope condo, couple Katie and Lance knew they would need to remodel their bathroom. After they discovered a leak in the tub, the need to remodel became much more urgent. They used Sweeten, a free service matching homeowners with general contractors, to find their general contractor
Katie wanted round bathroom mirrors for a fun look “that was brighter and more fun than rectangle ones," and although the couple wanted intricate floor tiles, they needed to sacrifice some elements as the scope of the project increased. Here, the simple white hexagon tiles pair with the white-brick backsplash.
Because the couple had to stick to their original layout, they needed to keep a built-in storage niche by the window that originally was covered in sticky paper and saloon-style doors, which made it difficult to use and clean. After removing the doors, the niche became a “breath of fresh air" in the bathroom, Katie says.
Katie originally hoped to remove the glass partition that separated the bath and toilet but with the possibility of more water damage, opted for a black-rim partition that echoes the black edges of the faucets and mirrors. Unlike their previous partition, the new one is elegant, sturdy and gives the room better flow.
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