Dated Bath Remodeled into Shower with Storage
Have you ever dreamed of turning a dated and inefficient bathroom into something attractive and useful?
Read the Rohde Family story!
When the Rohde family purchased a ’70s-era cottage in Door County, WI, they fell in love with the lake view, the natural Vermont slate floors and the Cape Cod style. The guest bathroom, however, was a challenge. It needed help in both function and fashion.
While the bathroom was intended to be a primary space for their two sons, it wasn’t a good fit. Each time they visited the cottage, both skipped using the whirlpool bath and walked to shower in the master bathroom. Frequent guests did the same, and that inconvenience got the family thinking about a remodel.
Focusing on Function
The Rohdes began the discussion by thinking about how they used the bathroom and what could make it better. As they talked, they kept coming back to the idea of storage. Because both sons left their toiletries in the bathroom year round and guests brought their own as well, the existing space often felt cluttered.
They also wanted to add a shower and, because the 6′ x 10½′ room had limited space, knew they’d need to fit it where the whirlpool currently existed. Instead of simply swapping out the bathing area, they all agreed it was a good time to do a complete remodel.
Large parts of this article were taken from the Kohler Website. Get more details and inspiration if you go to the original article and read more here…
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