Rustic Chic

Originally built as a weekend get-a-way in the early 1980's, the two bathrooms in this rustic cabin were in need of some cosmetic and functional updates. The improved lighting, storage, countertop space and fixtures brought the cabin into the 21st Century without losing its rustic charm.
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The original fiberglass neo angle shower with framed shower glass was replaced by this simple but beautiful 2"x4" Ann Sack's subway tile and frameless shower glass. The original pine floors and painted wall/ceiling paneling was preserved. The original wall mounted sink was replaced by a custom vertical grain Douglas Fir vanity and under mount sink. The original oak mirrored med...More
“neo angle, floor to ceiling glass and tile” — mole1119
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An '80s spec cottage was designed for short stays. Lack of counter space, a low header on the shower door frame, poor lighting, a leaking shower and lack of storage were the impetus for this bathroom remodel. A Kitchen That Works LLC
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To say that space is a premium is an under statement for this 39 square foot bathroom. The original tall linen cabinet was replaced by a replica in two pieces. This provided a value piece of countertop and an electrical receptacle for charging grooming items. The single piece toilet with abbreviated elongated bowl helps make the room feel more spacious. A Kitchen That Works L...More
“White painted cabinet. Custom fabrication by Mortise & Tenon. Originally built as one all cabinet, d” — A Kitchen That Works LLC
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An '80s spec cottage was designed for short stays. Lack of counter space, a low header on the shower door frame, poor lighting, a leaking shower and lack of storage were the impetus for this bathroom remodel. By rebuilding the linen cabinet in two parts, countertop was provided with an outlet for charging grooming equipment. A Kitchen That Works LLC
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A single piece low flow skirted Porcher toilet is proportional to the space. A Kitchen That Works LLC
“Porcher 96010-28 One Piece Compact Elongated High-Efficiency Toilet from the Porcher Solutions Colle” — litehearted
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The second floor bathroom had similar issues to the first floor bathroom: leaking shower, lack of storage, and poor lighting. A Kitchen That Works LLC
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A failing fiberglass shower stall was replaced by this simple but elegant 2"x4" Ann Sacks subway tile shower surround. A wet rated light fixture from Forecast in the shower makes shaving legs safer and less arduous. A thermostatic valve by Hans Grohe lets bathers select just the right water volume and temperature to suit their mood. A Kitchen That Works LLC
“Set up” — leahmarie1976
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A stall shower with no lighting made evening showering challenging. A Kitchen That Works LLC
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A custom Italian crystal chandelier by Chandi Lighting Design lends a bit of glam to this rustic cottage bathroom while providing enough light to apply make-up. A Kitchen That Works LLC
“Chandelier for entry way?” — rmtmom
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The second floor bathroom with it's vaulted ceiling provided the requisite space to hang the exquisite custom chandelier by Chandi Lighting Design. A lovely Kalista under mount sink set in a Caesar Stone Lace countertop with book matched back and side splashes on top of the original painted cabinetry is a perfect combination for this eclectic bathroom. A Kitchen That Works LL...More
“Will this part of window be wood trim?” — Sarah Sherraden
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A Kalista sink is undermount in the gorgeous Caesar Stone Lace countertop. The natural light plays off the etched pattern in the quartz countertop. The faucet is Hans Grohe. A Kitchen That Works LLC
“Caesarstone Motiva Lace.” — joanne1953
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Illuminated, the chandelier casts light both up and down. A Kitchen That Works LLC
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A Kalista sink is undermount in the gorgeous Caesar Stone Lace countertop. The natural light plays off the etched pattern in the quartz countertop. The faucet is Hans Grohe. A Kitchen That Works LLC A Kitchen That Works LLC
“Caesarstone motivo lace vanity” — brennis
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