This bathroom was in desperate need of renovation after 38 years. The dark, diagonal tongue and groove paneling was definitely a hit in 1980! The vision was to create a bright beach feeling in the room in a way that invited you in rather than chased you out. Additionally, the owner wanted additional storage space, a slightly larger shower and a sense of space. The challenge was that we could not increase the footprint. Also, the shower could not go anywhere else due to the aggressively sloped ceiling and did we mention the walls are solid logs.
We achieved it all and won an award for it!
The job was done with a minimum amount of displacement in a very courteous and respectful manner. They made sure the job was done properly, stand behind their work and promise to follow up should there be any discrepancies that occur after the work was done.
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