Master Bathroom Remodel, Day 10

Alright so, although this post says Day 10, keep in mind that there were two weekends and 3-4 days when the contractor wasn’t working at the house.  Also, the closet doors came in 3/8 inches “off” and had some other minor problems so he called the company and had them re-made.  Another 2 weeks before those were installed.

Overall, the remodel was stress-less.  Our contractor, Jackson Construction, was professional, offered lots of suggestions and kept all his commitments.  Today, he called Kohler for us as the tub has quite aggressive bubbles and the “low, medium and high” for the bubbles don’t work.  Kohler will be having someone contact me to have that taken care of.

Our contractor’s motto?  “Anything to make the customer happy.”

So ~ here are the before and after pictures I promised you.

"Before" Bathroom Remodel
“Before” Bathroom Remodel
"Before" Bathroom Remodel
“Before” Bathroom Remodel
Master Bathroom Remodel
“Before” Master Bathroom Remodel
"Before" Master Bathroom Remodel
“Before” Master Bathroom Remodel

Okay ~ ready to see the transformation?  This first picture was taken in the evening (I was playing with the flash on the camera.)

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

Here’s a picture of the tub area taken during the day.

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

Seamless shower doors … very nice!

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

Maple vanity (custom made by our contractor) and matching maple closet doors.  The mirrors are from the West Elm store.

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

A different view of the onyx counter top.

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

Tub surround mosaic detail …

"After" Master Bathroom Remodel
“After” Master Bathroom Remodel

This turned out almost perfect.  Looking back I would have added a double towel bar instead of an 18″one.  We did have a robe hook added to the shower glass so it makes it okay.

I absolutely love the frame-less shower door and the contractor added an additional 5 inches to the shower area so it’s quite roomy.

The heated floor, especially in Minnesota, is wonderful to have.

Next year I have two more projects for our contractor ~ an upgrade (albeit much smaller) to the guest bathroom and a new front door.

I must say, it was well worth the money and working with Jackson Construction.

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