Rawson Bath After

Whole Bathroom Remodel

1940s Traditional Residence Whole Bathroom Remodel

The owners of this 1940s home in Muncie, IN, wanted to transform an outdated, overcrowded main floor bathroom into one with a more classic look, featuring a luxurious shower and more countertop and storage space. Crews solved the overcrowding problem by removing the bathtub, taking out the second door and moving the vanity to a new position during this 4-week construction project.

Bathroom Remodel Before and After


  • Porcelain tile flooring
  • Ceramic tile on two entire walls with heavy crown molding
  • Cool tone paint scheme, with whites, grays and blacks
  • Heavy duty shower enclosure with solid surface shower base and 83-inch, clear glass shower door with interior hinge; caddie shelves built into tile shower wall
  • One-bowl floating vanity
  • Can and pendant lighting
  • Shuttered window treatments
  • Quarter-sawn oak mirror and floating shelves
  • Cambria quartz countertops
  • Updated plumbing and fixtures

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