This 1890 rowhouse had been renovated over time, most recently in the 70s. Our clients wanted to renovate every floor. The floors and walls were out of level, and most of the systems were old. We gutted the structure to the studs, leveled and reframed the walls and floors, added insulation, and updated the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC. Once the structural and systems work was complete, our crew installed a new expanded kitchen, updated all the bathrooms, and updated the basement.

On the first floor, we updated all the finishes in the powder room and slightly reconfigured it by moving the location of the toilet. The client added a wow factor with the midnight blue glitter wallpaper and mirror.

On the second floor, we expanded the primary bath by a few feet, so we could reconfigure it to add a larger shower with a bench and double vanity. The hall bath has the same footprint, but adding glass at the end of the tub makes the room feel more open. We also installed a pocket entry door.

In the basement, we enlarged the shower in the bathroom.