Renovation in Tulsa, Oklahoma
This renovation involved the Master Bathroom, Downstairs Half Bath (paint only), Downstairs Full Bathroom, and an Upstairs Full Bathroom.
Trying to choose selections for this job was a little more difficult as there was the dilemma of marble vs. no marble in the shower. Marble is porous, and therefore will stain if not sealed often and adequately. Also, it can be slick! No one wants to be taking their relaxing morning or evening shower and go for a tumble on hard stone. Nowadays with the popularity of Cararra Marble there are many other options to get that same classic look without the constant worry of staining and sealing.
For this job we opted for ceramic look-a-likes for the flooring and the majority of the walls, with a real stone border and edging. We were especially excited about the hexagon matte finish cararra looking tile we chose for the shower floor. The vanities received the touch of some beautiful white with gray veined quartz-which will not have the same upkeep as its marble counterpart.
Fresh coat of paint to the walls in a bold new dark gray color. The walls required a lot of floating and sanding as the wallpaper removed much of the wall upon demo.
Upstairs Full Bathroom
Paint walls, trim, built-in, and vanity. New counter-tops, sink, sink faucet. Bath-tub surround and shower fixture. Light over bathtub and over sink.
Removed large bathtub and shower which was in the middle of the room. The previous bathroom layout involved (2) seperate toilet areas. We used the extra toilet room as an additional storage closet from the hallway. The customer much preferred the more open layout without a bathtub and was excited to have a larger shower. Installed additional linen cabinet area to existing vanities. Paint throughout. New flooring, new shower, new vanity tops (quartz) and sinks. Used customer’s previous sink faucets as they were a classic chrome and still beautiful.