Swipe-able fun for before and after bathroom remodeling! Move the slider to reveal what each of these beautiful bathrooms looked like before they were remodeled. The inspiring transformations are quite dramatic.
Craftsman bathroom remodel in Des Moines:
From checkered to calm and soothing
A light, bright and sophisticated bathroom honoring the historical context of this home works beautifully! The custom tiled shower with a frameless glass surround replaced the outdated fiberglass shower. White and gray glass and marble make an elegant, clean statement that is carried throughout this award-winning bathroom remodel.
Downtown Des Moines loft remodel:
From 1990s builder look to timeless Art Deco
Black, white and brass come together for a stunning transformation. Brass inlay tile is complemented by brass lighting fixtures and custom brass veneered shelves. The tile arrangement is as perfect as the matte black sheen on the walls and custom wainscot. This bathroom remodeling was a beautiful collaboration between Catherine Renae Thomas Design Co. and the Silent Rivers artisans and woodshop.
Southwestern Hills remodel:
From green and golden to contemporary
This bathroom updated its 1990s look to a warm contemporary vibe. Although the layout of the room on this end didn’t change much, wait till you see the changes on the other end of the bathroom!
Granger master suite remodel:
From giant tub dominance to centralized shower
There was plenty of space to work with in this master bathroom. However much of it was taken up by the Jacuzzi tab and deck. A completely new layout resulted in an open and airy space with a centrally-located shower, Juliette balcony, two corner vanities and a large built-in linen cabinet behind the shower.
Downtown loft remodel:
From ordinary to industrial chic
This bathroom in downtown Des Moines originally had an ordinary two-sink configuration. Desiring a more industrial and sleek look, we gave these condo owners a large custom stainless steel trough sink with two wall mounted faucets. The custom vanity with teal stained wood is complemented by its adjacent makeup station with stainless steel counter and shelves wrapped around the building’s concrete support column.
Urbandale master suite remodel:
From large and outdated to lavishly equipped
The white cabinets, small corner shower and wallpaper from 30 years ago gave way to traditional elegance in a smart and spacious layout. This new master suite now boasts a double vanity with coffee station, a fireplace between the bubble soaking tub and large steam shower, plus a sauna and giant closet with a washer and dryer!
It’s fun being inspired by these before and after bathroom transformations! Imagine how Silent Rivers Design+Build could transform your bathroom. What are you waiting for?!