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The Davenport Ranch Primary Bath Renovation, led by designer Erin Doak of Hello Kitchen and executed by the skilled team at Skelly Build, aimed to address the homeowners’ desire for more spacious shower and bath areas. The initial challenge was to create a bigger shower and bathtub space, which involved the demo and removal of some closet space and the implementation of alternative storage solutions throughout the bathroom.

During the demo phase, plumbing and electrical components were relocated to make way for the transformation. Framing was added to accommodate the new features of the design, including a new linen closet side wall, a fiberglass tub with floating shelves above, a shower bench, and a floating vanity. Sewer and water lines were relocated, and we installed rough-ins for multiple shower heads and handheld controls in the shower. We added custom niches and a custom shower bench while building out the shower area.

Once of the most eye-catching pieces of this renovation is of course, the tile work. We installed Clay Imports’ Drip Champagne floor tile and continued it seamlessly into the shower area for a cohesive and elegant look.  For additional flow and unity, Fireclay Nickel colored wall tile was skillfully installed in both the shower and tub areas, showing off its luxurious and visually striking appearance. 

The showstopper of the entire bathroom, however, is the custom white oak cabinetry.  In addition to being beautiful, these stain-grade custom cabinets feature grooved fronts, integrated finger pulls, soft-close mechanisms, and adjustable shelving. They not only provide ample storage space but also serve as a captivating centerpiece of this bathroom, blending style and practicality.

We installed a  beautiful quartz vanity floating countertop with two sinks and wall faucet mounts.  The countertops are framed perfectly by the cabinetry, and the quartz continues to flow throughout the space with quartz wrapping on the picture window, tub deck, shower bench and shower niches.

To maximize natural light, a new vinyl window with tempered glass was installed above the tub. Floating white oak shelves positioned above the tub provide convenient storage for essentials and add a touch of elegance and coherence to the design. Electrical updates included the addition of can lights and designer vanity sconces. New black hardware and a fresh coat of paint put the final touches on the space, resulting in a stunning transformation! 

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