Ensuite Bathroom Renovation Project
There are plenty of reasons why you may want to remodel your bathroom. Perhaps you’re tired of the current look, or you’re looking to add some value to your home before you put it on the market to be sold. Or perhaps you’ve just moved into your home, and you want to ensure that one of the home’s most important rooms is in tip-top condition as soon as possible. This article will examine a very recent Bathroom Remodelling Project in Burlington Ontario
Burlington Ontario Bathroom Reno Details
- Shared bathroom project budget: $17,500
- Ensuite 2-Piece bathroom budget: $12,500
- Location: Burlington Ontario
Zzone Homes recently undertook a project for clients that found themselves in the latter category. These clients, a couple, had recently purchased a property in Burlington, Ontario, and wanted their bathroom to be completely renovated before they moved in for good. In the end, we didn’t just take on one of the bedrooms — we ended up remodeling two, the ensuite bathroom renovation and the shared bathroom renovation on the 2nd floor. As you can imagine by the difference in the size of these two bathrooms, both had their own requirements, so they had to be treated as individual projects.
The Ensuite Bathroom Remodelling Project
First, we’re going to take a look at the ensuite bathroom project. This was a small, two-piece bathroom that had just a vanity and a toilet.
We began the project as we do with most of our bathroom remodel projects by totally gutting it. If you’re going to make a beautiful painting, then you do, after all, need to have a blank canvas. This allows you to remodel the entire space from top to bottom, which is much easier than trying to fit your design into an existing space. Our clients had chosen a beautiful Stone Wood vanity that they had selected from our showroom. From there, we got to work on the walls around the vanity; they had selected a patterned tile, which was an especially good choice since this is very much in style at the moment. To keep things fresh at all times, we installed a top of the line, new Panasonic exhaust fan. Because it’s always nice to have a clean and crisp look in any bathroom, we went with a brilliant white paint for the rest of the walls — it was Sherwin Williams SW7028 paint, to be exact. For the faucet, the couple selected a riobel Zendo single level faucet, which they had also chosen from our showroom.
In the end, the cost for the entire ensuite bathroom renovation project in Burlington Ontario was approximately 15k.
The Shared Bathroom
The shared bathroom remodelling project took longer than the ensuite bathroom reno because it was a lot bigger. When we arrived, it was a three-piece bathroom with a vanity, a toilet, and a bathtub. Our clients had decided that they didn’t need to have a bathtub anymore; this is something that many people who are renovating their bathroom also choose, perhaps because people don’t have so much time to rest in the bathtub anymore. While they’re a nice option to have, they are quite bulky, and it’s best to choose something that’ll get more use. So the bathtub was taken out and replaced with a beautiful walk-in shower unit that came complete with custom glass doors. When you see a walk-in shower, it’s easy to see why they’re in fashion; they combine with functionality with elegance and luxury. The functionality of the shower was topped off with a built-in wall, which is used to store shampoo and soap.
Some Project Details
After the shower was fitted, we got to work on changing the floor, base of the shower, the walls, and the ceiling. For this we used large format tiles. There are plenty of reasons why this type of tile works well in busy-use bathrooms — grout lines are kept to a minimum, and it also comes with a luxurious look and feel. The vanity that our clients selected came from our showroom. Just as with the ensuite, it was a stone wood product that came with a matching mirror. Choosing the same material for both bathrooms allowed a level of continuity throughout the house, which always looks good.
Continuing this theme, our clients chose to paint both bathrooms the same colour, and both were fitted with the Panasonic exhaust fan and ceiling pot lights. Just as with elsewhere in the home, the lighting can have a big impact on the overall look and feel of a bathroom. Pot lights ensure that the space is well lit yet also stylish and atmospheric.
This client was happy with the their bathroom renovation in Burlington Ontario, and we were happy with the completed project too. If you’re thinking of undertaking a bathroom remodel for your home, then be sure to get in touch with us.
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