Even a smaller bathroom yearns for a look that says “style,” “fresh,” and “new,” and these Wilmette homeowners wondered if such a drastic change would be possible. One call to Regency Home Remodeling, and that seriously dated bathroom was transformed, going from “kitschy” to “cool,” thanks to Regency’s expertise and a little help from top-tier suppliers Daltile and Studio 41
Wilmette residents want the best, and this homeowner knew that Regency Home Remodeling would bring elegance and value to their master bathroom. Regency’s special arrangement with high-end suppliers Daltile and Studio 41 coupled with imaginative designers and professional installers assures that the finished product will be up to Regency’s high standards of excellence.
Though blessed with a big window, this upstairs hall bathroom was dark and felt closed in. Fortunately, this Wilmette homeowner knew to call Regency Home Remodeling to make the space fresh and modern and filled with light.
These Wilmette homeowners wanted to bring their small hallway bath up to date, and they knew that Regency Home Remodeling would deliver. And deliver they did, creating a showcase of upgraded furnishings, finishes and fixtures, completed on time and within budget, thanks to Regency’s cost-reducing association with top-tier suppliers.
These Wilmette homeowners asked Regency Home Remodeling for a modern update to their small bathroom, and the results more than filled the bill. They were delighted with Regency’s no mess, no fuss, no stress policy, with the project completed well within the promised time and budget.
Updating doesn’t have to mean sacrificing old-time charm, as these Wilmette homeowners discovered when Regency Home Remodeling created a modern bathroom with a cozy, nostalgic feeling, all with no mess, no fuss and no stress, within their time frame and budget.
The owners of this home were ready to make a large change in their master bathroom and closet areas. Regency began by completely gutting the master bathroom and adjacent master closet. The goal was to make both spaces larger by changing the entrances and creating a dividing wall between the bathroom and closet.
The homeowner purchased an older home that required updating. The first floor powder room and the second floor master bathroom both needed to be renovated. The desired outcome was a larger walk in shower in the master bathroom and a functional yet cosmetically appealing space for the powder room.