Project Description (Problem/Solution/Results)
The homeowners on Huntington Way in Lafayette faced issues with their outdated bathroom, which included a small shower, an underused and space-consuming tub, and large vanities that lacked functional storage. The overall design and utility of the bathroom were stuck in the 1980s, calling for a much-needed modernization.
Riverside Construction took on the challenge to transform this space into a contemporary haven. The renovation began with replacing the small shower with a large, more luxurious one. The old tub was swapped out for a new, stylish freestanding tub, making better use of the space and adding to the bathroom’s aesthetic appeal. The vanities were upgraded to taller models, providing the much-needed functional storage while maintaining a sleek and modern look. This overhaul brought the bathroom from its dated 80s look into the modern era of the 2000s, catering to both the aesthetic and practical needs of the homeowners.
The renovation was a resounding success, leaving the customers extremely satisfied with their new bathroom. The space now boasts a perfect balance of style, comfort, and functionality, reflecting the latest trends while meeting the homeowners’ specific needs.
Plumbing: Fixtures were all Delta Stryke in a Brilliance Stainless finish
Tub: A and E Bath and Shower Classic Jodie 67 Contemporary 67 inch Free Standing Acrylic Soaking Tub with Center Drain, Drain Assembly, and Overflow
Wall tile: Daltile Articulo Editorial White 12X24 staggered – Mapei Alabaster Grout
Floor tile: Anatolia Tile Regency Sand 12×24 staggered, matching 3×3 for shower floor – Mapei Ivory Grout
Niche Tile: Glass Tile and Stone Hexagon Metallic Fabric AL4564 Mosaic for back of niches
Countertops: Viva Quartz Carrara Royale – Half bullnose edge profile
Cabinetry: Showplace Channing style in Cherry wood with Coffee stain
Lighting: Zephyr 269W1 30.75 inch Wide Brushed Nickel 4-Light Bath Light