Arlington Heights Jack & Jill Bathroom Remodel


This tiny Jack & Jill bathroom belonged to my client’s two sons, one in high school and the other off at college. It was time to re-do a cramped, outdated space into something that was fresh but in keeping with the 100 year old house. There was no medicine cabinet, so the boys had been storing all of their toiletries in a wall cabinet that hung above the toilet. The corner where the sink is now had a corner cabinet that housed a tiny sink but really took up a lot of floor space for very little storage.

One of the best things we did (and it was the client’s find!) was to put in a small, wall-hung sink with no legs. It really opened the space up. We also added a recessed, mirrored medicine cabinet that could house the toiletries, and put a niche in the shower area of the tub for storage.

The subway tile in the shower and the surrounding walls, as well as the hexagon shaped floor tiles in marble helped keep the period look. We added a green liner to border the change between the different sizes of floor tiles for a bit of elegance and color. The client loves the space and says now she wants to change her master bath!

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