More about this projectThis renovation was featured on the Sweeten blog.
Renovate My Bathroom In Park SlopePosted by Matt C. in Park Slope
My bathroom is old, and although it serves its purpose, I want to freshen it up with modern style. I'm also aiming to prevent any future damage caused by old fixtures to my or others' apartments.
Functional but...; Outdated; Not my style
Scope of work
1. Replace walls and ceiling
2. Replace wall, floor, and tub/shower tile
3. Replace tub, tub fixtures, and curtain rod
4. Replace toilet
5. Install wall-mounted vanity and medicine cabinet
6. Replace lighting
7. Remove curved wall-mounted hamper
8. Replace baseboard heating element
9. Replace shelving and storage
10. Replace door and moulding
It was a pleasure working with Dominick and his crew. They were beyond professional in so many ways. Whether it was helping me focus my options (tile, stone, vanity, paint, etc.), finding creative solutions to challenges, or honoring my building's strict renovation rules, Dominick brought his vast experience to ensure the project progressed smoothly and on time.
Everything! First and foremost is Dominick's superb tile and stone work. I'm thrilled with the clean, modern lines of the large subway tile and the subtle features of the shower floor mosaic. He also did a fantastic job with my recessed wall cabinet, which was no easy task. Additionally, Dominick was highly communicative throughout the entire project. This was my first renovation so I felt overwhelmed, but Dominick was always there to alleviate any questions or concerns I had.
I originally wanted to replace my tub, but because of circumstances out of my control I had to install a full shower stall. Dominick handled this surprise with ease, presenting me with different options and recommendations. All worked out in the end, and I'm so happy with my full shower!