Monday, November 27, 2017

Painting Turned Remodeling In Upper St Clair

We had fun on this painting turned remodeling job!Painted the old greens and yellows to current greys.

Trim bright white! Makes a classy fresh look.

As always the prep work includes patching holes. Usually from where old paintings and window treatments were hung.

Then a good coat of paint.

The bathroom was going to be painted until we convinced the Mary and Dan that it would be best to remove the dated lighting, vanity and cabinets.

So, away we went! removing it all....

and replacing it with a clean white and grey look. The original orange tile accents were an awesome touch!

Another great finish!


Ye Olde Bathroom Renovation

Here's a beauty we did this past Spring, Before and After

Started with finding new holes behind the large mirror.
Removed old Reznor wall heating unit, toilet, vanity and accessories.

Fun part was replacing the tile where the wall heater came from. We carefully extracted existing tile from the space where new vanity would go.

And insert old tile! Notice the holes in wall from old toilet tank which was screwed into the old tile. We filled and grouted them to be touched up in the final phase.

Here is another angle of the completed job

All walls and ceiling were painted with Sherwin Williams Duration to hold up in the changing climate of a bathroom.

The trim was painted with Sherwin Williams Pro Classic for its durability.

Final touch ups included matching tile color as close as possible to cover holes in our green tile and also three holes in the black.