Basement Bathroom Remodel
Who lives here
Joe, Jody, their two children, and their pet Corgi.
Obstacles and Opportunities
The basement, including this bathroom, was updated for teenagers and their friends.
This bathroom renovation was part of a larger basement remodel. See the rest of this split-level basement.
When it comes to basement bathrooms, too often what you see is less spa and more spooky. Even though it was far from the scariest we’ve seen (no spiders or mildew) this bathroom still had room to improve. Refreshed with Cambria countertops, a rain glass shower stall, and a beautiful vanity – this basement bathroom has all the style be the main event.
Love this project? See our work Upstairs and in the basement family room.
This shallow cabinet cuts clutter and provides an out-of-sight charging station for electric toothbrushes, shavers, or other bathroom gadgets. The beautiful color and texture of the countertop incorporates all the colors of the design – slate, gray, and white. Cambria quartz countertops are durable and easy to care for, perfect for homeowners who prefer to enjoy their homes rather than maintain them.
Pretty Practical. The spacious shower stall is clad in cultured marble with a split-pebble tile floor. Cultured marble is a manufactured stone product created by combining marble dust with resins, and pouring the mixture into a mold to create any form you can imagine. Cultured stones are available with all the character and pattern of natural stone, but at a fraction of the price and without any ongoing maintenance.