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Jessica & Robert's Lititz Powder Room and Laundry Room Remodel

A Bright and Cohesive Mudroom Space with Laundry Room and Powder Room

Project Goals:
  • Creating a more cohesive look between the hallway, laundry room, and powder room
  • Freshening up the space
  • Tying in the client's style and aesthetic

Bathroom Cost Category: Mid-Range Economy

Remodels do not have to be large and complex projects to impact your home. This project shows what a little freshening up and small adjustments can do! Mudroom spaces are important! They do not need to be unappealing or forgotten. A simple remodel can elevate the space.

Hallway into Laundry room and powder room before remodel Hallway into Laundry room and powder room

Project Overview

Our clients came to us with the request to make the entire mudroom area look more cohesive. With two growing boys and a dog, this area is an active space in their home.

Originally, the hallway, laundry room, and powder room looked like three separate spaces. They wanted to bring all the spaces together while still keeping them as separate entities. 

Trish Barley Project Designer in Lancaster PA

Designer

Trish Barley, AKBD

Matt-Wagner-McLennan-Contracting

Lead Carpenter

Matt Wagner

Design Concepts

Design rendering of mudroom
Design Rendering of laundry and bathroom in Lititz

Scope of Work

For this laundry room and powder room remodel, we removed all existing flooring and replaced it with tile to tie all three spaces together. We freshened up all three spaces with the same color paint. With small spaces, a more cohesive look is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also makes the space seem larger than it is.

In the powder room, we removed the existing vanity and installed a more updated maple vanity with a beautiful quartz countertop and porcelain under-mount sink. A new toilet was added to give the client's more space in their small bathroom. Brushed nickel Moen fixtures complete the room. 

Project Timeline

Design Development Start

January 18, 2022

Construction Start

March 17, 2022

Estimated Completion

April 20, 2022

Actual Completion

April 20, 2022

These clients knew exactly what they wanted and were eager to get their project started. They spent about 3 weeks in the Design Development stage. During this stage they scheduled and attended showroom appointments with one of our Project Designers. They made decisions and finalized the design details quickly. With ordering materials, product lead times, and scheduling trade partners, they spent about a month in pre-production. Once construction starts, a typical bathroom remodel takes about 4-6 weeks. Taking just about a month to complete, this project was able to stick to that estimated timeline very well.

Selections

Vanity: Woodmont Cabinetry

     Wood: Maple

     Color: Smolder Stain Finish

     Countertop: Blue Lagoon Concrete Quartz

     Hardware: Amerock Renown - Satin Nickel

     Sink: Porcelain under-mount Lotus White Sink

     Faucet: Moen Dartmoor  -Brushed Nickel

Flooring: Modern Hearth Mantle Piece Tile with Sahara Beige Grout

Lighting: Moen Belfield Brushed Nickel Two Globe Bath Light

Fixtures:

     Towel Holder: Moen Dartmoor - Brushed Nickel

     Toilet Paper Holder: Moen Dartmoor - Brushed Nickel

Mirror: Moen Banbury - Brushed Nickel

Toilet: Gerber Avalanche Elite™
ErgoHeight® ADA Round Front Toilet

Paint: Behr - Rhino

Trade Partners

Plumbing: Mike Martin Mechanical

Electric: Mike Martin Mechanical

Flooring: Cloister's Flooring America

Cabinetry: Swartz Kitchens & Baths

Countertop: Natural Stoneworks

Painting: Elam Zook and Tommy Leanza

Cleaning: Geniene Zook

Staging: Always Never Done

Photos: Vivid Home Real Estate Photography

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