Bathroom Remodel in Park Ridge

Amanda M

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This lovely spacious home on a tree lined street, concealed a master bathroom fit for a scary movie.  A long narrow room with a small dark shower at the far end.  Built with thick glass blocks, the shower had the look and feel of a prison cell.  Alongside the shower was wooden box containing an accordion door, and behind the box was the cramped toilet space under the only window.  The vanity area was surrounded by way too many mirrors and, to complete the look, the walls were covered with dusty pleated fabric.  This was not the master bath this young couple was hoping for.

The space required a dramatic redesign.  After removing everything to the framing, we created a “wet room” in the back half of the space.  Behind the heavy plate glass door and wall, we placed a free standing tub (complete with chandelier) under the window.  The balance of the area became a large open shower.  With all of the obstructions gone, the bathroom is spacious and visually unobstructed.  A sleek double vanity with a Quartz top and recessed medicine cabinets framed to match completes the look.

“Masters did a terrific job on the remodel of our master bathroom. They took an extremely outdated room (last remodeled in the 80s, complete with pink and green wallpaper, toilet and sink, and made it beautiful and modern. Every step–from the initial consultation to delivery of the finished product–went smoothly. The manager, designer and remodeler were extremely professional and responsive throughout–our emails and calls were returned within hours without fail. The price we paid was exactly the price we were quoted. No surprises. The price is higher than elsewhere, but we got what we paid for. This was true one-stop shopping with excellent service and an excellent result. We could not be happier with our bathroom!”

-Amanda M.

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Additional Info

  • Project Type: Bathroom Remodeling
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Client Name: Amanda M
  • Project Location: Park Ridge, Illinois

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