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2019 REX award winning Bathroom Remodel Project in Seattle WA by J and M Remodel-52544 5th Ave SW Seattle 98146

Seattle Bathroom Remodel Enlarges the Bath and Delights Our Customer

Our customer contacted J & M Remodel to discuss some great ideas about enlarging their main floor bathroom by taking some square footage from an adjacent bedroom closet. We determined that this could be done, and that the expansion would made a huge difference in the aesthetics and functionality of the bath.

After opening the wall to use the available closet space, we relocated the tub and shower to accommodate a larger vanity. The new vanity provided a dramatic increase in storage space than the original pedestal sink.

Our team added Wainscoting that extends halfway up the wall, offering a rich, dramatic effect. Encaustic-look art porcelain tiles stand out as the showpiece of this space, and go well with the classic subway surround. A large niche with glass shelving offers generous space for shower products, and the directional change of the tile is a great touch.

Here's a portion of the five-star review that our customer left about the project on our Google listing. You can access our reviews on Google and other sites on our Reviews page:

“We had the very best bathroom remodel experience with J & M [Remodel]. We received a handful of bids, with theirs right in the middle as far as price, but way above the rest as far as detail and professionalism. From beginning to end, this was painless. The final invoice was very close to the original bid, and the job was finished in exactly the amount of time promised.”

Update in May, 2019: J & M Remodel's work on this project won the coveted REX award for bathroom remodel projects in our entry category! There are more details on our Reviews page.

J and M Remodel wins Master Builders Association Rex Award for Bath Excellence 2019

The gallery below contains two images before the bathroom remodel in addition to the images after J & M Remodel completed the project. Click an image to view the image at its full size, then use the arrows to advance through the images: