At only 29 square feet this former closet has been converted to a full functioning 3 pieces bathroom. In order to create a shower stall without a curb (space saving) the floor was raised in the doorway transition. This accommodated enough new height to allow for the drain without being awkward at the door way.
The vanity is suspended above the floor and gives a 3 feet counter space, it’s ample storage below, and still accommodates a large vessel sink. The mirror is a suspended cabinet front that seems to float in the corner. The countertop, with matching backsplash, is made from Corian, salvaged from the kitchen renovation. The floor tiles continue up the walls of the shower and are also the room base.
Miniature Miracle Review
The project. Renovation of a small kitchen and bathroom in an almost century-old house. The kitchen was a difficult space to work with because of its odd configuration with several doorways. The challenge with the bathroom was that although very small, we wanted a three-piece bathroom including a shower!
The team. Friedemann proposed excellent ideas regarding design while respecting our preferences. One of the aspects of Design First that appealed to us was that they take care of everything from start to finish. Design, selection of trades, proposed style and materials, right down to finishings. They gave us a detailed timeline, which was adhered to. The Design First team served as go-between in solving issues that arose, as expected during the project, in a timely and professional manner.
We were very satisfied with our experience with Friedemann and his team and are still enjoying our beautifully finished bathroom and kitchen after 5 years of extensive use.