Historic Craftsman Bathroom Addition

1915 Master Bathroom Addition

The new owners of this property visited G. Christianson Construction last summer after purchasing this 1915 Bungalow in Corvallis (near the Public Library). The problem: The house only had one bathroom. The solution: Add a 5′ by 14′ addition off the Master Bedroom. Our superintendent Steve passionately restores historic homes, and had worked on the same home about ten years ago when G. Christianson restored the kitchen and front deck to its former glory. The previous owner kept a detailed book of restorations, which she passed to the new owners, which brought them to us.

“...From beginning to end this was the best remodel experience we have had...”

Donald & Maxine Prickel, Corvallis

PROJECT DETAILS

Built-in laundry hamper

We use custom cabinetry on our projects, which gives G. Christianson the ability to add the features our clients request. In this case, a built-in laundry hamper, that smoothly disappears into the linen cabinet.

Recreating Vintage Tile Work

Our craftsmen went to work building the addition to match the home's style exactly. Then we hired one of the best tile masons in town to install the shower, wainscotting and floor tile. The tile work stayed true to the flair of the existing bathroom, with white subway tile, black pinstripes with diamond accents, and white grout.

What our Clients are Saying

“Greg Christianson's team took the plan and the ideas we had about an open floor plan and made it happen. Transforming an aging rambler into a bright welcoming home. They did a fantastic job and we would hire them again in a flash.”

Dominique Bachelet and Steve Wondzell, Corvallis

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“We are delighted with our new home and so glad to finally be in it after years of planning and preparing. Thank you for your thorough and conscientious work. We appreciate your skills, dedicated hard work, and trustworthiness, and we enjoyed working with you on the project.”

John and Elizabeth Elder, Corvallis

“"A" - Excellent work”

Laura Foerst, Corvallis