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Katie and Aaron's Lancaster Bathroom Remodel

A Modern, Nature-Inspired Bathroom

Project Goals:
  • Create a more functional layout
  • Update the space to better match family's needs
  • Modernize the space 
Bathroom Cost Category: Midrange Premium
Lancaster Bathroom before Remodel Lancaster Bathroom After Remodel

Project Overview

The original bathroom had a very interesting layout. The bathtub was in the middle of the room, only allowing access to the other side through the bathtub.

With only one full bathroom in their home that didn't meet their needs as a family of three, the client wanted to maximize the space and create a bathroom that everyone could enjoy. 

Trish Barley McLennan Contracting

Project Developer

Trish Barley, AKBD

Matt Wagner McLennan Contracting

Lead Carpenter

Matt Wagner

Design Concepts

Design Rendering for Lancaster Bathroom Remodel
Design rendering in Lancaster Bathroom Remodel

Scope of Work

To achieve better functionality, we removed walls, transforming what was an awkward sized room—not currently being fully used by the clients—into a gorgeous walk-in shower.

To capture an earthy, nature-inspired look, they went with a wood style tile for the shower walls and a pebble style tile for the shower floors.

To make adequate room for the shower and freestanding bathtub, we converted a laundry closet into a smaller one with a stackable washer and dryer.

Additionally, we reconfigured the space so that only one door was needed instead of the original three doors. This allowed us to put a double vanity along a wall that originally had a door in it. This vanity gave the clients more storage space than the original pedestal sink. On the other side of the new wall, we were able to include a tall linen cabinet for even more storage. 

A concrete style LVP added to the earthy feel the clients were going for. The matte black accents complement the other elements well and bring the whole look together.

Project Timeline

Project Development Start

August 23, 2022

Production Start

April 3, 2023

Project Completion

June 5, 2023

Katie and Aaron started project development knowing they wanted to start production later. Since they finalized their design and selections first, they knew how much money they had to save before production started. During pre-production we were able to order materials to lock in prices and allow for longer lead times. Once construction starts, a typical bathroom remodel takes about 4-6+ weeks.  


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