Cayuga Heights Bathroom Remodel

Remodeled white bathroom with dark wood cabinet in the Cayuga Heights neighborhood of Ithaca NY

From Cramped to Customized

Bathroom Remodel

Bathroom Remodeling
Custom Cabinetry
Interior Design

Our clients had a primary bathroom tucked beneath a dormer resulting in a space that was cramped, awkward, and desperately seeking a touch of modern magic. The room lacked not only practicality and function, but its outdated decor made it a space lost in time. Our clients requested a bathroom that spoke to their needs and lifestyle—a space that transcends its current cramped and outdated state.

To address these issues and create a uniquely designed and organized space, customization was key! We built a bespoke shower layout that allowed for additional storage in the vanity. Continuing our customizations, we created and alcove for a built-in bench while keeping some of the original storage elements from the house. We managed to turn an awkwardly placed window into a unique design element with character. For a true feel of elegance, we added details and upgrades of natural marble throughout the space—on countertops, in the floor and an accent stripe in the shower. This design cohesion, along with clever storage solutions, resulted in the dream bathroom our clients wanted and needed.

Our goal was to craft a primary bathroom that not only caters to practicality and function but also unfolds a narrative of seamless elegance. Creative solutions redefined the very essence of the space, tailoring it to our clients’ unique needs and lifestyle. Our clients could not be happier.

Bathroom before being remodeled in the Cayuga Heights neighborhood of Ithaca NY
Vanity with mirrored medicine chest

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