While the homeowners needed a remodel for future considerations of accessibility. They did not compromise the practicality or concerns for character. The owners selected timeless pieces and colors to keep the feel modern and open.
The entry door into the bathroom was widened from a standard opening to a larger size that allows wheelchair access. A curbless shower – meaning no threshold or transition. Therefore, the entry has an easy passage way.
The tile selected was a custom band format tile that we installed on the floors and the walls. Additionally, we added radiant heat under he tile floors.
We installed a lineal drain so the floor slopes to the back wall of the shower. A waterproofing crack isolation membrane was applied beneath the tile to prevent any shrinkage or movement in the substrate below from cracking the new tiles. The trim work was hand milled in our wood-shop.
“We knew our house would require a crew highly experienced in thinking outside the box in order to accomplish our goals, as nothing in the construction of our house is similar to today’s construction… We were very pleased with all their crews professionalism and honest, work ethic. We’ve now started a big project with them and feel confident they will create our vision for our house. It’s a pleasure working with them.”