These Oregon home owners needed an aesthetic and functional update for their kids' bathroom. They wanted Their bathroom remodel in Portland Oregon to have the style to go with the rest of the home without being overly expensive. John Webb chose materials that are easily available off the rack at local construction stores like Home Depot tile. The bathroom remodel design is what made this kids bathroom a stunning transformation and success. Click here to view other bathroom remodels in portland oregon.
The crown jewel of the this bathroom remodel is hard to see in most of the pictures, but look closely. We considered doing small subway tile as a wainscoting around the room. The cost was prohibative for this small kids bathroom so Johns design hat was put on. We thought using a textured wall paper would make a big impact on the room for a lot less money. John then picked the Devine paints "Muse" color to be painted over the wall paper and in the rest of the bathroom. We are very pleased with the effect of the textured wall and paper and the beautiful color by Oregons' own Devine paint.
The small subway tile and the Marble mosaic floor tiles were bought at Home Depot. The cost per square foot was minimal compared to specialty stores in Oregon and Washington but as you can see the floor made a big statement. The small subway tiles are a classic look.
The home owner handpicked the Kensington mirrors from Pottery Barn. The styling is great but the functionality for the kids is perfect. The mirrors tip down so the young kids can see themselves.
The original bathtub was reused but new shower fixtures were added. The shower head acts like a fixed head but also can be used as a hand held. There are pressure controls of the shower trim so they can adjust how much pressure is coming out.
This bathroom was a complete collaboration between John and the home owners. The home owners handpicked a lot of the materials and John Webb helped coordinate the colors, spacing & installation.
Mosaic tile flooring goes all the way under the new bathroom vanity. A wainscoting of painted wallpaper is capped with a chair rail throughout the entire room. Small subway was installed around the existing bathtub we kept. It is also installed as the backsplash behind the vanity.
The trim detail around the door was kept but new baseboard and cornice were added to keep the style of the home intact. Traditional three hole faucets were installed quartz counter top.
Swivel mirrors were picked out by the home owners so they can be tilted down for the kids to see themselves. The vanity is made of solid wood with soft closing hinges on the doors and drawers.
Close up shot of the painted wall paper. John picked the color and it was used for all the bathroom. The texture of the wall paper creates the break in bathroom.
Close up of the mosaic tile flooring. Two different types of marble create the floor. The joints of the tile are tight with white grout.
The bathroom before. The bathtub was reused and the skylight was untouched except for a little paint. A large cornice was added to the entire room.
The existing vanity had a laminate counter top with top mount sinks. The top mount sinks meant lots of cleaning for the home owner. This is a bathroom primarily used by their kids and she wanted something that was durable and easy to clean.