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Northeast Portland Bathroom Remodel

Bathroom Update for Aging in Place

After completing a bathroom and home office remodel with our team at Lamont Bros., the owners of this Northeast Portland home decided to renovate their primary bathroom next.

The previous bathroom's layout was functional enough, but the visual style was outdated. With cedar wall paneling and faded oak cabinets, the bathroom was in serious need of a refresh. As a result, the homeowners decided to do a pull-and-replace remodel. In this type of bathroom renovation, all major components are removed and replaced with new fixtures and finishes without altering the layout of the bathroom.

While the main priority was to update the aesthetic, the homeowners also wanted to prepare the bathroom to serve their needs as they grow older. Because the homeowners plan to remain in the home long term, one of the goals for the new bathroom was to focus on accessibility.

Having worked with our team in the past, these homeowners understood the design-build process and were able to navigate it like professionals on their second go.

They selected all new features for their bathroom, including a fiberglass bathtub with a Wetwall surround, Toto bidet toilet, Mantra brand vanity cabinets, and a solid-surface countertop with an integrated sink.

They also chose new Marmoleum flooring, plumbing and lighting fixtures, and several grab bars throughout the bathroom and shower to make the space ready for aging in place.

As a result of this project, the homeowners have a bathroom that better serves their needs and meets their style preferences. Moreover, they will be able to use this bathroom for years to come, regardless of the mobility challenges they may face as they age.

 

After completing a bathroom and home office remodel with our team at Lamont Bros., the owners of this Northeast Portland home decided to renovate their primary bathroom next.

The previous bathroom's layout was functional enough, but the visual style was outdated. With cedar wall paneling and faded oak cabinets, the bathroom was in serious need of a refresh. As a result, the homeowners decided to do a pull-and-replace remodel. In this type of bathroom renovation, all major components are removed and replaced with new fixtures and finishes without altering the layout of the bathroom.

While the main priority was to update the aesthetic, the homeowners also wanted to prepare the bathroom to serve their needs as they grow older. Because the homeowners plan to remain in the home long term, one of the goals for the new bathroom was to focus on accessibility.

Having worked with our team in the past, these homeowners understood the design-build process and were able to navigate it like professionals on their second go.

They selected all new features for their bathroom, including a fiberglass bathtub with a Wetwall surround, Toto bidet toilet, Mantra brand vanity cabinets, and a solid-surface countertop with an integrated sink.

They also chose new Marmoleum flooring, plumbing and lighting fixtures, and several grab bars throughout the bathroom and shower to make the space ready for aging in place.

As a result of this project, the homeowners have a bathroom that better serves their needs and meets their style preferences. Moreover, they will be able to use this bathroom for years to come, regardless of the mobility challenges they may face as they age.

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