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Bathroom - large transitional kids' white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor bathroom idea in New York with a trough sink and white walls
John R. Schroeder, AIA
John R. Schroeder, AIA
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West Hartford Residence Addition and Renovation

Transitional Bathroom, New York

Photo by Jody Dole This was a fast-track design-build project which began design in July and ended construction before Christmas. The scope included additions and first and second floor renovations. The house is an early 1900’s gambrel style with painted wood shingle siding and mission style detailing. On the first and second floor we removed previously constructed awkward additions and extended the gambrel style roof to make room for a large kitchen on the first floor and a master bathroom and bedroom on the second floor. We also added two new dormers to match the existing dormers to bring light into the master shower and new bedroom. We refinished the wood floors, repainted all of the walls and trim, added new vintage style light fixtures, and created a new half and kid’s bath. We also added new millwork features to continue the existing level of detail and texture within the house. A wrap-around covered porch with a corner trellis was also added, which provides a perfect opportunity to enjoy the back-yard. A wonderful project!

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Laura Gaskill added this to What to Look for in a House if You Have KidsMarch 14, 2017

6. Kid-friendly bathroom. We’re not talking about a themed bathroom here, but a functional space that will work well...

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Pamela Lewis added this to BathroomFebruary 11, 2024

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