People seem to get very excited about remodeling a bathroom. The transformation is often remarkable. A well designed bathroom will be enjoyed at the start and end to each day.
The problem is however that the process can get overwhelming with so many style and price options for fixtures, tiles, wall coverings, cabinets and all the other details that go into a quality project.
With the help of our trusted network of suppliers we will assist you in finding the perfect fixtures and finishes to compliment your overall vision and keep your project within your desired budget.
This is where Home Run Solutions and our unique approach to the remodeling process shine.
We’ve developed a detailed 94 step Bathroom Installation Process from initial design until final completion.
By collaborating in the pre-construction we can develop a road map for a successful bathroom remodel. The goal is to agree on a fixed price, project start and end dates and provide you with a detailed scope of the work to be completed.
We’ve developed a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions we receive from homeowners prior to the Design Phase of a Remodel. Take some time to go over this list and chances are you can find the answers to your construction questions.
Also check out pictures of our recent Bathroom Remodels.
Edmonds Bathroom Remodeling
Plenty folks write to us with questions about our bathroom remodeling services, so we decided to showcase some of our work here on this page. In this case, a client in Edmonds, WA wanted a complete renovation done for their master bathroom. As you’ll see in the photos below, the bathroom looked dated and it had a unique layout, with an opening towards some beautiful trees. The client wanted us to make a bathroom that would allow for a luxurious, open feel for their private space.
We started by discussing the problem with the current bathroom
This photo from before the bathroom remodel shows the shower tucked in behind the partition wall that’s jutting out into the main area of the bathroom.
This master bathroom had the shower as far from the window as possible, cutting down on the natural light, which was far from ideal, especially for such a large bathroom. Particularly as the bathroom is a place to start the day, as far as square footage and the height of the ceilings, there should be a lot more done with the design to take advantage of the use of light.
Taken at night, this photo shows the windows that are abnormally large for a bathroom, but they’re actually a great fit for the space around the house because of the natural privacy afforded by the tall trees outside. In later photos these trees will be visible. Notice how cluttered the space looks when the it isn’t designed with storage in mind.
Another image, from the other angle, shows the same corner of the bathroom with large windows, and it also shows the vanity with the mirror and two sinks. This would have been a beautiful bathroom when the home was built, but it was looking dated and was badly in need of a renovation.
While these “before photos” were taken at night, you can imagine the daylight wouldn’t bring much brightness to the cluttered space, and the dark shower was not ideal for what the client wanted from their master bathroom.
Next we explored what the client is looking for in their bathroom remodel
The client wanted something that would make them feel like they were in a refined but natural environment, taking advantage of the beautiful surroundings of the home and using elegant yet minimalistic fixtures.
We had to do some conceptual designs to represent our plans of how to use the space. This allowed us to walk the client through what their bathroom would look like and figure out how best to serve their needs.
This is the phase where we presented the client with detailed job plans and scope of work.
Then came the Bathroom Remodeling in Progress
We of course had to remove the old bathtub, shower, fixtures, even the flooring and the walls had to come out. For this client we were starting from almost nothing, putting together the master bathroom of their dreams.
In all of our remodels, we keep the workspace as clean as possible and we are always respectful of our clients’ homes.
And the remodel project came together
We updated the look of the bathroom with this new bathtub, set to take advantage of the sunlight and the forest surrounding of the home. It brightens the space and has a much simpler design than the bathtub with the tile which was previously in this corner.
The dark accent color works well with the light colors around the bathroom, especially on a sunny morning. The feel is roomy, elegant, luxurious, and it feels like an extension of the outdoors thanks to the large windows bathing the entire room in sunlight.
The toilet is hidden behind the partition, to the left of the vanity, and it has a small window above it. We wanted to take the shower out from behind the partition on the opposite to allow for a more open feel and use the light more effectively in the bathroom. Instead, behind the shower partition there’s a shelf for towels and other storage. The photo above was taken before the installation of the shower walls.
The client was extremely happy with our work, and it was another successful project for our team.