Vann Bathroom Remodel

‘Tis the season to remodel your bathroom with Hatchett Design Remodel. To get you in the spirit, here’s a peek at a recent project our team completed for the Vann family.

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Raytrace Rendering of Vann Bathroom Remodel

During the initial consultation, Mrs. Vann requested small black and white tile for her bathroom floor. Right away, Tara’s face lit up, because she loves that retro style. It’s a timeless design choice that offers a great deal of visual interest with the contrast between the black and white tiles. Their existing flooring had significant water damage that needed to be addressed, but it wasn’t anything we couldn’t handle.

Vann Bathroom BEFORE

In addition to new floors, the Vanns also wanted to replace their toilet, upgrade to a larger vanity with more storage and replace the existing tub/shower unit with a luxurious tiled shower.

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Vann Bathroom AFTER

They selected a Mid Continent vanity with the Thomas door style and gray paint called Stone. With 2 sets of 3-drawer stacks and a center door cabinet, we greatly increased their bathroom storage. Like many older vanities, their original one was awkwardly short. Since Mr. Vann is a tall man, Tara recommended a 36″ H vanity.  Such a simple change can make for a huge improvement in your daily routine. For the cabinet hardware, the Vanns chose Top Knobs Pennington Bar Pulls in matte black to complement the floors.

The tops are white polystone to contrast the gray cabinet, and the widespread faucet is a Delta Cassidy in chrome.  They chose their accessories from the same Delta line, because they wanted everything to match.

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Vann Bathroom AFTER

For their luxury tile shower, they selected a large format gray tile. We used 12×24 Unique Stone tiles in soft gris for the walls and 2×2 Unique Stone tiles in pewter for the floors. We added his and her niches on either side of the bench for additional storage. Then we finished the shower with matte black hardware on the glass shower door to complement the cabinet hardware.

Vann Bathroom AFTER

The personal touches that make the Vanns bathroom unique are the frame for the vanity mirror and the light fixture over the vanity.  We ordered the custom matte black frame from Mid Continent. Then we found a retro style black and chrome light fixture that ties everything together beautifully.

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Vann Bathroom AFTER
Paint Color

The Vanns knew they wanted gray on the walls, but let’s just say there are far more than just fifty shades of that color! Tara narrowed the selection down to her favorite Benjamin Moore grays, which helped the Vanns choose Gray Owl for the walls with white trim.

When the project was complete, Tara returned to the Vann home to take our “after” pictures. The Vanns kept saying how pleased they are with their remodeled bathroom, and Mrs. Vann is particularly fond of the wall color.

Seeing their excitement is why we love what we do.  Congratulations to Jake (remodeling consultant), Tara (designer), Tommy (project manager) and our entire crew for another job well done!

If all you want for Christmas is a new bathroom, it’s a good time to add it to your wish list.  Right now, you can save up to $1000 off a full bathroom remodel by Hatchett Design Remodel.  Give us a call about the details or stop by one of our showrooms in Newport News or Virginia Beach… it costs nothing to ask!

Lawheed Bathroom Remodel

A referral is the highest compliment we can get at Hatchett Design Remodel. Therefore, we were flattered when Mr. and Mrs. Lawheed requested to work with Jordan and Ashley based on a recommendation from a former client.
Lawheed Master Bath BEFORE
Jordan was the remodeling consultant, and Ashley was the designer for the Lawheed project. When we first met with the Lawheeds, they had recently purchased a new home in Sandbridge but had not yet moved in. They were anxious to begin their bathroom remodel, because they would soon be hosting their daughter’s wedding in their backyard.
Lawheed Master Bath RAYTRACE DESIGN
The Design Process
Mrs. Lawheed’s experience in theatrical set design proved to be very helpful in expediting the remodeling process. She had a clear vision for the space which facilitated the design and selection phases.
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Master Bathroom Vanity
Materials for the Lawheed Bathrooms

She chose Ultracraft cabinets made of red birch wood with shaker wide doors and storm grey stain. The vanities are topped in New Castle Cambria Quartz countertops with undermount sinks.

Brushed nickel hardware and fixtures are the perfect accents for this coastal inspired space. The 5″ Griggs pulls are from Top Knobs, and the plumbing fixtures are from the Delta Lahara collection.

12×24 matte Motion Ivory tile cover the floors, while 6×24 polished Motion Ivory tile finish the walls of the shower.

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Master Bath Shower
As an accent tile, Mrs. Lawheed selected sliced khahi pebbles for the shower floor, recessed cubby and the ledge behind her gorgeous free standing tub. If you’d like to copy her tub in your bathroom, ask us for the Mirabelle Ocala 66×32 tub in white.
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Master Bath Tub
Meeting Our Deadline
With special attention to our deadline, we worked diligently to ensure this project stayed on track, on budget and on schedule. Dennis, the project manager, also made sure that downtime between the two bathroom projects was minimized. We are proud to say that with our coordinated efforts, Hatchett Design Remodel finished the Lawheeds’ bathrooms ahead of schedule!
Hall Bathroom

Our entire team enjoyed working with the Lawheed’s, and we’re all so pleased with how both bathrooms turned out.

Are you ready to remodel your bathroom? Schedule your in-home consultation today by calling or dropping by our showrooms in Newport News or Virginia Beach. It costs nothing to ask!