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Ravenhill Bathroom

This bathroom was originally two small divided rooms: the first held a long, low vanity with a single sink, which then led to an even smaller room with the wc and tiny shower squeezed inside. It took some creativity, but we removed the walls, relocated every fixture, and were able not only to give the homeowners a double vanity and larger shower, we even fit a freestanding soaker tub and the room still feels spacious! Goodbye, faded 1960's, hello modern farmhouse fabulous! Scroll to the end for before pics, too!

Joppru Bathroom

These homeowners were in desperate need of more storage and a larger shower for their master bath. The footprint of the room was good, and with a little tweaking and some creative angles we maximized the area in the custom tile shower without giving up the deep soaking tub. A cabinet atop the custom finished vanity and a shelf for linens over the tub space delivered the additional storage they needed. And don't you just love the warm wood tone next to the crisp white marble floor and calm, watery blue shower?

Alberson Bathroom

This bathroom was generous in size, but unfortunately the neighboring closet was not! We eliminated the oversized and unused corner tub and replaced it with a marble shower with bench seat and dual shower heads. This allowed us to expand the closet without sacrificing any of the features the homeowners desired in their new bathroom. They now have a luxurious walk-in shower to enjoy, and the walk-in closet they needed.

Brester Bathroom

The homeowners' style really comes through in this updated bathroom. I love how the mix of natural wood and painted wainscoting and the use of both chrome and matte black finishes give the design variety and interest. Once dated and in disrepair, this bathroom is now fresh and fully functional for the kids and guests of this lovely family in Frontenac. Scroll through the slideshow to the "before" photos to see the remarkable transformation! 

Winona Bathroom

I restored this bathroom to its original charm thanks to the amazing vision of the homeowner, whose eye for design brings new life to vintage style. Big changes included trading in the old, warn bathtub for a new tiled shower and exchanging the builder-grade vanity for a unique wall-mounted farmhouse sink. Now the bathroom fits the character of the rest of this vibrant and cheerful South City home and family! Scroll to the end for "during" and "before" pics, too.


This room was actually a bedroom when the new owners purchased this Edwardsville home. As artists with amazing vision and creative style, they were able to dream up this retro-inspired space and I was able to restore their vintage pieces to make this bathroom look and work just the way they wanted.  

Small Bathrooms

Just because your bathroom is small in size doesn't mean it can't be big in style. Here are some small bathrooms I've renovated, many of which started out with baby blue bathtubs or pink pedestal sinks! A small space is often a place to keep it subtle and simple, but can also be a place to try something daring- like vibrant orange walls to energize you in the morning- or a place to splurge- like with a high-end natural marble mosaic tile on the floor.

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