Category Archives: Bathroom Makeovers

Columbus farm house

A while back I completed some work on a century old farm house north of where I live. The job involved installing new subfloor, a Ditra underlay and new tile in a main floor hallway, laundry room, hall closet and … Continue reading

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Beautiful bathroom renovation

When I received the call from the owner of this 1940s bungalow, I learned that they had “gutted” their only bathroom and then realized that they lacked the time and the expertise to put it all back together. When I … Continue reading

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The Flatiron Lofts Part 1

I LOVE lofts and I especially love this one. Even though it’s not an old converted loft, it is still amazing. Patterned after the Flatiron Building in down town Toronto, it has all the features you would expect to see … Continue reading

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Bayview Mills Part 1

I’ve seen a lot of bathrooms in my time as a designer, but this one was definitely the worst. Reminiscent of what you see in a dark, dingy, seedy 1980s night club (so I’ve heard), there was not a single … Continue reading

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The Domain – Part 1

This is first of a few posts covering a project just about completed in mid town Toronto, What began as a closet and den makeover evolved into furnishing the entire unit, a bathroom makeover and a kitchen renovation. The den … Continue reading

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Liberty Village II – Another bathroom makeover

I really hated this bathroom. It was dark, dreary and was the first thing you saw when you entered the condo. It HAD to be redone, but, at very little cost. A new coat of paint, new vanity doors and … Continue reading

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One more bathroom makeover

When I arrived at this home, the bathroom had been completely gutted right down to the studs and subfloor and the clients had run out of energy and interest, so I was asked to finish the job while they went … Continue reading

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