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Progress Shots: Historic Master Bath Addition
Shows on HGTV highlight beautiful additions and remodels, like the one pictured below that we’re working on in the Corvallis Historic District. But seeing so many before-and-after photos makes it easy to forget that construction, like art, is a process.
This 96 sq. ft. addition adds a Master Bathroom to the currently one bathroom 1915 Craftsman house. Our team put a lot of effort into matching the exterior of the addition to the original home. The photos, while not the the last step of construction, highlight the continuity of the addition with the historical markers of the original exterior, like the custom trim work and soffits.
“The outside of the addition looks as if it’s been there all along,” the owner says, which is exactly what the team at G. Christianson strives to accomplish with any addition, be it a historic home or a contemporary building.
The interior of the addition houses a vanity, a recessed medicine cabinet, and a whole lot of custom tile work. The owners chose to keep with the historic ambiance of the interior of the house and selected white subway tile with black pinstripes, which matches the existing bathroom. The vanity lighting and chrome hardware add a touch of modernity.
Check back in soon for the final photos. In the meanwhile, visit us at www.houzz.com/