As a homeowner it’s very rewarding to orchestrate a remodel in your own home. There’s something to be said about taking your time, meticulously planning how you’d like the space to look, saving for the remodel, then executing on your hard work. This Jack and Jill bathroom remodel project was over 10 years in the making.
The bathroom before was dark. Only two vanity lights with fluorescent lighting, and the shower / powder room combo had 1 small can light. We added TONS of light with three new can lights, a light in the new exhaust fan, and the beautiful vanity lights from Crystorama.Crystorama.
When it came time to select cabinetry while we appreciate custom cabinetry, we loved the idea of buying a cabinet with which we could also select the counter top.
This Elmdale vanity from Signature Hardware is perfect. Soft close drawers and cabinets have the look and feel of custom cabinetry without the hefty price tag. The counter top in feathered white quartz was neutral with the perfect amount of movement.
For shower fixtures we went with the new Lexia shower system. The perfect marriage of sleek and traditional.
I’m drawn to widespread faucets and really like these. I fell in love with the Greyfield line when we selected them for our daughters shared bathroom.
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