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  Raleigh Hills Primary & Guest Bathroom Remodel

Prioritizing Comfort and Style in the Primary Suite

The primary and guest bathrooms in this Raleigh Hills home share a wall, and originally featured some unique quirks that influenced the homeowners to remodel. Specifically, the primary bathroom was smaller than the guest bathroom, and the homeowners wanted to reconsider how the space was being used.

The original design of the bathrooms didn't meet the homeowners' needs. The guest bathroom, which had less frequent use, was larger and more spacious. It featured a bathtub and a large vanity, while the primary suite had a smaller alcove shower and a single vanity.

The goal for this remodel was to enlarge the primary bathroom, shrink the guest bathroom, and update both to a more contemporary style this Raleigh Hills home originally featured. To do this, our design team worked with the homeowners to move the wall that originally separated the two bathrooms, enlarging the primary suite and cutting down the guest bathroom.

To create a space that would serve the homeowners' needs as a primary bathroom, our team installed a

custom tile shower with hex tile flooring. The new primary bathroom also features a new double vanity from Mantra Cabinets and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring. We also increased the amount of natural light by expanding the primary suite to include 2 windows.

Even with the lost space, the guest bathroom still had room for a tub/shower combo and a large single vanity. To ensure that both bathrooms still had access to some natural light, we also installed a skylight above the guest bathroom.

These design changes allowed the homeowners to have a more spacious primary bathroom with all the amenities and luxuries they desired, while still maintining a functional, stylish guest bathroom for when the siduation demands it.

As a result of this remodel, the homeowners are now able to enjoy their primary bathroom without feeling constricted or crowded while using it at the same time. Moreover, they now have a bathroom that is uniquely tailored to their own needs and stylistic preferences.

The primary and guest bathrooms in this Raleigh Hills home share a wall, and originally featured some unique quirks that influenced the homeowners to remodel. Specifically, the primary bathroom was smaller than the guest bathroom, and the homeowners wanted to reconsider how the space was being used.

The original design of the bathrooms didn't meet the homeowners' needs. The guest bathroom, which had less frequent use, was larger and more spacious. It featured a bathtub and a large vanity, while the primary suite had a smaller alcove shower and a single vanity.

The goal for this remodel was to enlarge the primary bathroom, shrink the guest bathroom, and update both to a more contemporary style this Raleigh Hills home originally featured. To do this, our design team worked with the homeowners to move the wall that originally separated the two bathrooms, enlarging the primary suite and cutting down the guest bathroom.

To create a space that would serve the homeowners' needs as a primary bathroom, our team installed a custom tile shower with hex tile flooring. The new primary bathroom also features a new double vanity from Mantra Cabinets and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring. We also increased the amount of natural light by expanding the primary suite to include 2 windows.

Even with the lost space, the guest bathroom still had room for a tub/shower combo and a large single vanity. To ensure that both bathrooms still had access to some natural light, we also installed a skylight above the guest bathroom.

These design changes allowed the homeowners to have a more spacious primary bathroom with all the amenities and luxuries they desired, while still maintining a functional, stylish guest bathroom for when the siduation demands it.

As a result of this remodel, the homeowners are now able to enjoy their primary bathroom without feeling constricted or crowded while using it at the same time. Moreover, they now have a bathroom that is uniquely tailored to their own needs and stylistic preferences.

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