This Small Newmarket Bathroom Renovation started when the client called us about an old washroom she had that was leaking through to her main floor kitchen. It turns out her Faucet in the shower was the cause of the problem and she decided that she wanted to redo her entire washroom as it was outdated and was due for a renovation. We started by gutting the entire washroom and disposing of it at the local dump site. We then proceeded to change pieces of plywood that was damaged by the water leak they had.
The old fan was making a lot of noise so we swapped it for a Panasonic Whisper fan. The plumber now installed a new acrylic bathtub, installed the shower faucet and moved the toilet flange to make more room for the new layout. We then dry walled the shower walls with DenseShield Drywall Tile backer. We created a niche on her short wall across from the faucet for shampoo bottles. After waterproofing the shower walls with RedGuard Waterproofing systems we proceeded to paint the ceilings and walls with Premium Benjamin Moore Paints. As always in washrooms and high moisture areas, We used a special Benjamin Moore Aura paint that is moisture and mildew resistant.
For the tiles the client chose a 12×24 inch tile for the walls with a 3D tile as a border the goes across the entire shower to create a nice accent. The color chosen was a light chalky gray color. For the flooring they chose a 24×24 Black glossy tile. We added an ARIA vent in the floor with a tile insert so it hides the vent better and creates for a cleaner look. We installed a beautiful 42 inch vanity from Home Depot. Also added a pot light in the shower and installed a sleek frameless mirror above the vanity. This small newmarket bathroom renovation left the clients so happy with the overall project that they called us back to do their kitchen renovation afterwards.
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