Springfield - Remodeling Case Studies

A New Independence

Project Name
A New Independence
Project Summary
Restoring independence meant restored dignity for our homeowner. We improved accessibility without making the bathroom look institutional. We call it a success!
Project Story
So very dated and yet in pristine condition, this bathroom, located in a home in a very affluent neighborhood, was the only bathroom on the main floor. The homeowner’s needs had changed to the point of his mobility restricted to use of a motorized chair. The need for an accessible bathroom on the main level of their home was rather immediate. The bathroom measures just 8.75 ft by 7.5 ft. The primary purpose of the remodel was to improve accessibility. Accomplishing this goal, however, would also have to meet the goal of not looking institutional. The homeowners have collected art and décor and wished to have an upscale, accessible bathroom.
Project Category
Bathroom Remodeling
Job Category
Master Bath
Services Performed
Carpentry, Demolition, Designing, Electrical, Flooring, Installation, Lighting, Painting, Plumbing
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No skimping on style with floor-to-ceiling tile in shower, matching mosaic flooring, stylish niches and accent tile horizontal stripe.
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Linen cabinet equipped with roll out trays for storage that is easy to reach from standing or sitting.
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Roll-under vanity allows full access to sink.
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