This Buffalo Grove master bath had all the right components, but the room felt squashed and dated. Regency Home Remodeling stepped in and by moving those components around a bit, created a totally new look, along with a more spacious feel
The smaller the room, the more important the design, and for this tiny Buffalo Grove hall bath, line is everything. With help from top-tier suppliers Daltile and Studio 41, Regency Home Remodeling was able to use visually stunning design elements to give this dated bath punch, creating a strong style statement while coming in on time and within budget.
When these Buffalo Grove clients requested a modern yet understated look for their bathroom, the Regency design team knew just what they were asking for—and boy, did they deliver, in a timely fashion and with an eye on the budget.
This Buffalo Grove home’s master bath had been remodeled not too long ago, but it lacked the pizzazz the owners desired, and they felt it was time for an upgrade. Regency stepped in to show the owners what a stunning oasis they could have with just a little help, and the result was spectacular.
This hallway bathroom remodel began with the removal of any necessary existing plumbing and electrical, cabinetry, fixtures, tile from floors and walls, entire tub, wall boards down to studs, and any loose concrete of the sub floor.
The owners of this lovely home were interested in remodeling their master bathroom. The goal of this remodel was to change the overall color scheme while changing the atmosphere of the space. The layout was also to be changed with the movement of the shower and the tub.
The owners of this property desired a change in two bathrooms in their home. They were interested in making style changes to a hallway bathroom as well as the master bathroom. The plan of the remodel was to maintain the layout of fixtures and cabinetry while changing the style to a more updated and sleek appeal.
The homeowners of this beautiful home were interested in completely changing their master bathroom from everything including the color scheme, layout, and style. The residents wanted to increase the size of their shower, which was made possible by the removal of an unnecessary partition wall, which also placed the toilet in a less confined place.
The main goal of this job was to greatly increase the size of the master bathroom while also changing the style from outdated into a sleek and luxurious space. The homeowners were interested in converting an unused loft space into a large, walk-in closet, which would be on the opposite side of the room than it previously had been.