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In the beginning, this bathroom was 4 feet shorter in length, had pale Lemon Custard walls, wainscoting, a tiny corner wall-mount sink, and extremely limited space. When we redesigned it, bumping the back wall out 4 feet and moving the window enabled us to add a gorgeous vanity with additional storage. Staying true to the age of the home, we incorporated small hex tiles on the floor with a custom pattern around the perimeter. The end result is a transitional bathroom with mid-century modern elements, and a serene color palette.

Construction/Remodel work by Second Story Carpentry

SUMNER- New Construction

New construction is thrilling because we watch the project take life from the foundation, to the framing, drywall, pipe placement...until it grows into the finished space. This enables us to ensure everything is constructed exactly to our design plans! This master bathroom exudes understated elegance. By combining earthy brown tones with Calacatta-look tile, we achieved a luxurious, yet grounded space. The fully-custom vanity provides ample storage to keep the space uncluttered. The curbless walk-in shower makes a statement with a stunning marble mosaic stripe along the back wall creating visual interest.

Construction by Holmescraft Enterprises


Construction/Remodel work by Dream Homes Remodeling


These two bathroom remodels for a condo unit in downtown Tacoma were designed to be cohesive in materials and style. To help minimize extra costs, we used the same products in both bathrooms! The client wanted to keep the existing tub/shower combo in the Guest Bathroom, and we built our selections around that. The overall goal was to update both spaces with a neutral color palette, and select materials that when paired together, look intentional. The end results were modern bathrooms with masculine undertones.