Traditional bathroom gets remodel with Victorian flourish
By John Kirchner
October 7, 2010
Good taste and restraint can go a long way in designing a home remodeling project.
When the owners of this bathroom were looking to remodel, both they and architect Jean Rehkamp Larson understood that the existing layout offered the best configuration.
“The space was already well laid out, and as we weren’t making any changes to the size of the bathroom’s footprint, it was decided we could better improve the functionality in other ways,” says Rehkamp Larson.
Built in the 1890s, the home features a great deal of traditional detail, which the owners were keen to reference within the bathroom.
The Marvin windows used fit the style created throughout the bathroom. Marble countertops, bronze accents, and dark wood trim complete the look.
Kind of makes you want to see the rest of the house, doesn’t it?