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1930's Bathroom Remodel

This 1930's home had a lot of charm! We faced unforeseen challenges along the way to getting this bathroom into a functional and beautiful space. There was concrete in-between all the joists under the 2 layers of tile. Pipes had been run in-between the joists under the concrete as well and corroded galvanized pipes which contributed to very slow and little water pressure. Once we fixed all of that this bathroom was ready to transform! 

We gutted this bathroom to expose the existing studs. We opened up the sides of the shower to give it a little more space and light. Re-located plumbing and added some recessed lights. 

Our favorite parts of this bathroom are listed below;

  • New enlarged opening to the shower area 

  • Beautiful centered niche

  • Brushed nickel trim and accessories 

  • 3 x 12 White with gray ombré subway tile 

  • Patterned marble floors

  • Water saving toilet  

  • Pivot glass shower door 

Check out all the before, during, and after photos! 

The bathroom project took 5 weeks from start to finish 

Location: Silver Spring, MD 

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