• June 15, 2015

The client requested a small bathroom remodel.  The style of the room needed to make up for the lack of size.  To conserve space, a tank-less toilet was installed.  The walls had wide tongue and groove pine planks applied that covered three quarters of the full wall height.  States crown molding was added to complete the separation of wall space.  Three shades of green Venetian plaster were applied to the top portion of the wall.  The vanity was constructed out of reclaimed lumber.  The room was then finished with a large ornamental light fixture, which completed the bathroom’s new look.  It may be small in size, but it is enormous in presence!