We know (almost) everyone’s still in love with the all-white everything look around the house, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. While the look is definitely clean and crisp, it doesn’t have a lot of personality.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that you have to go big and bold with color in order to add a dose of uniqueness to your home. In fact, we’ve learned that it really is the little details that end up making a big statement.

One of our recent Manassas, VA clients wanted us to take a look at their current bathroom, which was starch white with builder’s grade subway tile on the walls and the floor. 

The look itself was far from needing a remodel (all in all, the appearance was nice), but when the tile and shower pan settled, causing a crack that led to a leak, the owners knew a remodel was ultimately their best choice. 

Getting started, the Baden Contracting team gutted basically everything in the bathroom, except for the existing vanity. In lieu of the standard subway tile that was used previously in the shower flooring, we opted for an octagon-shaped tile. 

And, when installing the white subway tiles on the walls, we chose gray grout to accent the new luxury decorative tile flooring. Around the vanity we installed white shiplap, completing the “Fixer Upper” look.

As for details, we installed a new countertop and lighting in the bathroom, which really did make a dramatic difference. And, the beautiful custom framed mirrors above the vanity were personally made in house by our talented team. Our clients wouldn’t expect anything less from us at Baden Contracting. 

Overall, the final project ended up taking a good look and making it great!