Home staging in Vaughan leads our company to reno the homes that the sellers move in to after we have staged their home for sale.
In our area these types of bathrooms are ubiquitous. No one really likes them but builders keep on installing them and so our work is never done. The floor tile is installed and carried up the tub side, deck and splash area. Very utilitarian in appearance. Does the job but really, does it entice you to get in to relax?
The vanity is built in, lots of room, two sinks for a busy family. But do you really want to start and end your day in this room?
After the reno this became the home owners favourite bathroom in the home out of all four that were renovated.
Mini subway tiles were installed in a waterfall style and carried as a focal point into the shower stall. A seamless glass wall and door was installed along with porcelain travertine 12" x 16" tiles on the floor and walls in stacked pattern. We also created two niches in the shower wall for shampoo so that the home owner did not need to have a rack hanging off the shower head. Also, the lower niche is installed at a height so that you can use it as a place to rest your foot while shaving your legs. A feature that more than one home owner has said was a thoughtful and useful touch in the bathroom reno and one that they would not have thought of doing on their own duing a renovation. It is these types of ideas that our company provides to make the overall reno a success.
A free standing double sink vanity was installed. Love those square sinks!
A matching 72" long mirror was added to create a visually expanded space. Even the floor register was changed out to brushed nickel. It is the tiniest details that make the differnce to the final look of a project.
Simple and effective changes brought this bathroom out of the last century and now it looks like it could be in a magazine photo.
If you have a bathroom to reno and want it done on time and on budget call us to get the job done with the "Full Finnamore Effect" as one of our clients remarked.
Michelle Finnamore Interiors Ltd.