The main concern of this Skokie bathroom renovation was the shower, which needed serious updating. Regency Home Remodeling came to the rescue with a modern combination of gray and white along with some surprising touches. All were delivered on time and under budget, thanks to Regency’s exclusive arrangement with top-tier suppliers.
This family chose to have Regency Home Remodeling do their Skokie bathroom remodel at the same time they did their kitchen makeover, confident that Regency designers would work with them to make their dreams a reality.
The homeowners of this Skokie property were ready to make some changes to their bathroom. The look of this bathroom became old and dreary to this family and they knew Regency was the one to make their bathroom dreams come true.
The residents of this home wanted to make a change in their basement bathroom. The bathroom was not completely finished before and was in need of some finishing touches as well as some major style changes.
The hallway bathroom of this wonderful home was ready for a major change. The design of the space was decades out of style and ready to undergo a major color and style change. This was also to be accomplished while changing the whole feeling of the room to a warmer and more modern environment.
This beautiful home was ready for a modern upgrade and a refreshing change. The décor of the bathroom was outdated and had lost its aesthetic appeal. Regency had already remodeled most of the house and the bathroom was remodeled as well to maintain uniformity of style.
The Village of Skokie is home to 65,000 residents. The total area of Skokie is just over ten miles. Its neighboring cities are Evanston, Chicago, Lincolnwood, Niles, Glenview and Morton Grove. Skokie’s streets are modeled after the Chicago street style and are in a grid pattern. The Chicago style bungalow is the most common type of dwelling found on Skokie. The National Holocaust Museum is located in Skokie.
Let’s start with the shower. In this area we installed horizontal 4×16 glazed subway tiles from the Lillis Collection in Gloss Ivory from daltile. Historically subway tile has been used in kitchen and bathrooms since the early 1900s.