This bathroom remodel was all about the cosmetic upgrades. The layout of the bathroom remained completely intact, as it was functioning well, but with the help of Wild Rose Interiors, our AIM team removed the dated 90s style. One of the biggest changes was removing the built-in jetted tub and replacing it with a free-standing soaker tub with a floor-mount faucet, which coordinated with the existing shower fixtures that we were able to reuse. The shower unit was replaced with white subway tile run to the ceiling, which made the shower feel larger and brighter. The artisan subway tile is offset with two accent bands, in shades of white, blue and green, with a vertical row of subway tile between. The hexagon shower floor tile pulls the earth tones found in the quartz countertops, which was also used on the ledge of the shower niche. For the vanity, we used the existing base cabinet but replaced the doors and drawers. The greenish-gray color compliments the veining in the countertops. The matte black cabinet hardware and inset medicine cabinets add contrast while still working well with the polished chrome plumbing and lighting fixtures. The linen closet next to the vanity originally had a mirrored accordion door, which we replaced with mirrored cabinet doors and three large drawers below, offering more functionality. The final ‘wow’ of this bathroom is the wood-look tile run in a herringbone pattern. The warm tones connects nicely with the shower floor tile and the countertops.