Bathroom Renovation I Before and After Pictures

Amazing Bathroom Renovation In Duluth, Georgia

Have you been stepping into your bathroom renovation without even noticing it anymore? Like, really noticing it?

It’s as though one day you kind of just stop enjoying your bathroom. Maybe it no longer appeals to your sense of style, it could be out of date by a decade, or (at worst) it’s falling apart.

For the Foster family, their bathroom needs modernizing:

Let’s go back, if you will, to the summer of 2017 at the Foster home in Duluth, GA. It wasn’t the best of times anymore.

The Fosters are no longer in love with their home. It feels old and out of date like it’s being left in the past while everything else is moving forward. Their kitchen, master bathroom, and guest bathroom are all in the same boat.

They know they need to make a change, but they just aren’t sure about how to go from wanting change to making it happen.

Then it happens.

The Fosters begin talking to their neighbors about their problem when the unexpected occurs: their neighbor offers them the solution – MOG Home Improvement. The neighbors had MOG come to do work in their home and were extremely pleased with the company and the product.

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After considering the referral, the Fosters decide to research MOG online and see what they’re all about. Their reviews look great and their work is amazing, so they decide to submit a lead form and see what happens.

Again a surprise! MOG contacts them within a day or two to see if they can help them love their home again.

This leads them to an awesome on-site consultation, which does come with a fee (you wouldn’t work for free either, right?), and a partnership with MOG. All that’s left is scheduling.

Now, let’s see the transformation the Fosters had MOG do for their home.

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Bathroom Shower Renovation

Old, outdated, and worn, the Foster’s guest bathroom shower is in need of an update. The white ceramic tiles are worn and make the whole bathroom renovation look older.

It’s a blast from the past that is about to get a makeover:

Their old, white, square tile shower/tub combo is now only a shower and looks like it is made from natural stone like marble or granite (even though it’s also ceramic tile). The shower floor is a dark mosaic of polygons.

The Fosters now have a soap dispenser and an area to put their other shower items built into the wall of the shower instead of hanging on the wall.

Speaking of walls, the Fosters had us repaint the walls too, take a look!

Repainting The Bathroom Walls

It isn’t as easy as it sounds. If we choose the wrong type of paint it can cause problems for the Fosters later down the line. That’s why we paint bathrooms with paint made specifically to deal with the high heat and moisture environment.

The Fosters bathroom is no longer a yellowish-marble pattern. It’s now a nice shade of gray that works perfectly with the overall look of their bathroom.

Renovating The Bathroom Floor

The flooring was old and worn down from water and foot traffic. It didn’t look great, but at least it matched the rest of the bathroom.

We took it out and updated it to look super nice and contemporary:

They love the darker look, and fewer grout lines mean easier cleaning! It’s a win-win for better looks and easier maintenance.

A Vanity Renovation

Our client had us go in the opposite direction from the style they already had.

Their current cabinets are white, American-style Shaker cabinets. If you look closer, you can see that there is space between the doors and drawers, almost like a border. This makes them American-style. The Shaker part means the doors have a middle panel surrounded by an indented border.

The countertop is white ceramic, well, for now at least.

White American style shaker cabinets before remodel
White American style shaker cabinets before remodel

Their current cabinets are white, American-style Shaker cabinets. If you look closer, you can see that there is space between the doors and drawers, almost like a border. This makes them American-style. The Shaker part means the doors have a middle panel surrounded by an indented border.

The countertop is white ceramic, well, for now at least.

The Fosters decide they want a slightly different look for their vanity.

The choose semi-custom white American-style Shaker cabinets. The most noticeable difference is the knobs which are now darker to match the rest of the vanity. The sink, faucet, and mirror are all brand new and beautiful.

The countertop is now a beautiful granite, which also increases the overall value.

White European style shaker cabinets after remodel
White European style shaker cabinets after remodel

The Fosters decide they want a slightly different look for their vanity.

The choose semi-custom white American-style Shaker cabinets. The most noticeable difference is the knobs which are now darker to match the rest of the vanity. The sink, faucet, and mirror are all brand new and beautiful.

The countertop is now a beautiful granite, which also increases the overall value.

The Overall Amazing Bathroom Renovation

After 10 days and $9,300, the Fosters now have a bathroom they can love to be in again:

Bathroom Renovation (before/after) by MOG Improvement Services

How we converted a tub bathroom in an amazing shower bathroom! Watch the behind the scenes, before/after process! Tell us what you think 👇MOG Improvement Services #bath #bathroomdesign #bathroomdecor #bathroomremodel #shower #tile #tileshower #construction #constructionmanagement #renovation

Geplaatst door MOG Improvement Services op Vrijdag 12 april 2019

Let Us Know Your Thoughts

The Fosters love their new guest bathroom, but how do you feel about it? We would love to know which part is your favorite: the shower, floor, or vanity. You can let us know by leaving a comment below.

 

 

 

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