Earlier than & After – This Small Lavatory Was Redesigned For Right now’s Requirements

December 30, 2019

As part of a renovation project, Seattle-based SHED Architecture & Design transformed a dated bathroom and brought it up to today's standards. #BathroomRenovation #BathroomRemodel

As a part of a renovation challenge, Seattle-based SHED Structure & Design remodeled a dated toilet and introduced it as much as in the present day’s requirements.

The unique toilet featured blue and peach tiles, a cream-colored vainness with an identical sink and tile countertop, and a bulkhead that made the room really feel smaller.

BEFORE PIC - As part of a renovation project, Seattle-based SHED Architecture & Design transformed a dated bathroom and brought it up to today's standards. #BathroomRenovation #BathroomRemodel

The brand new toilet has the bulkhead eliminated, creating a fair ceiling peak all through, clear white partitions, and up to date design components.

AFTER PIC - As part of a renovation project, Seattle-based SHED Architecture & Design transformed a dated bathroom and brought it up to today's standards. #BathroomRenovation #BathroomRemodel

A customized mirror-front medication cupboard was designed for the lavatory, whereas a brand new Fir-framed window changed the outdated window.

A custom mirror-front medicine cabinet was designed for the bathroom, while a new Fir-framed window replaced the old window. #BathroomRemodel #ModernBathroom #BathroomMirror

The dated cream coloured vainness with matching tile countertop was changed by a floating wooden vainness with porcelain undermount sink and a 3/4″ Caesarstone countertop.

Bathroom Remodel -The dated cream colored vanity with matching tile countertop was replaced by a floating wood vanity with porcelain undermount sink and a 3/4" Caesarstone countertop. #BathroomVanity #BathroomRemodel #ModernBathroom

The dated blue flooring tiles have been eliminated and new darkish gray hexagonal tiles have been put in.

Dark grey hexagonal floor tiles have been used to contrast the wood vanity and white walls in this modern bathroom. #HexagonalFloorTiles #GreyTiles #HexagonalTiles
Pictures: Rafael Soldi | Architect: SHED Structure & Design | Contractor: YS Improvement | Structural Engineer: Todd Perbix