The Cascade Project

This project included the complete renovation of two bathrooms, new stair railings, and new carpeting on the stairs and second floor.  The clients had a tight budget and as such fixtures and finishes were chosen to get the maximum value for the dollars spent.  

Deep Soaker Tub (Main Bathroom)

Deep soaker tub with tile surround and pot lights.
Soild wood vanity with granite counter top

Main Bathroom

This existing main bathroom was old and tired and needed to be completely renovated. The clients selected tile choices according to their tastes. At our recommendation the client elected to have a built in shelving unit constructed to take advantage of wasted space in the wall. This bathroom has a solid wood vanity with a cultured marble counter-top and a glass tile back-splash. The clients also wanted more lighting in the bathtub/shower so two CSA approved potlights were added to the bathtub/shower enclosure.

Vanity (En-suite Bathroom)

Solid wood vanity with granite counter top and beveled mirror.

Ensuite Bathroom

The ensuite bathroom originally contained a tub, but the clients, already having a tub in the main bathroom decided that they would rather have a large two person shower in their ensuite bathroom. The shower has two seperate controls and shower heads, this way each person can have a seperate water temperature while showering. The shower also has four built in shelves to allow for the storage of shampoos, soaps and other bathroom items. A custom shower door system was installed that allows the piece of glass on the left to be stationary while the piece of glass on the right functions as an outswing door. This bathroom also contains a solid wood vanity with a granite countertop and undercounter mount porcelain sink. As with all of our bathrooms a quiet but high powered bathroom exhaust fan was added.

Shower enclosure (En-suite bathroom)

Stairs (view from bottom)

Hardwood stair railings and steel spindles.

The clients hired us to renovate their stairs and two bathrooms in their home before they moved in. The existing stairs had a dated style from the 70’s and were painted white. The clients wanted a newer style of stair railing that was both solid wood and cast iron. Carpet was used on the stairs instead of hardwood to keep the stairs comfortable.

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