Clean & Modern Bathroom Update
Crisp Modern update brings light into a 1950's Ranch home
Whether you want to update the fixtures or create a bathroom that’s truly luxurious, we can help. Our designer will look at your current bathroom and make recommendations to enhance the beauty and functionality within your budget. And as certified Aging in Place specialists, we can help you recreate your bathroom to fit with life’s transitions.
“We have hired G. Christianson Construction for many projects in two homes over a span of many years... I would not hesitate to recommend or hire them again. Thumbs up! ”
Laurie Sheriff & Scott Dickinson, Corvallis
50's Updated Bathroom
We capped the new white-painted cabinets with a new soapstone countertop and undermounted lav (which replaced the existing one), with a new custom recessed medicine cabinet above it.
After testing the floor for asbestos, we determined that it had to be removed. We removed the original undersized tub, modified the framing, and installed a new tub. We applied glass tile above the tub to the ceiling, along with a tile backsplash over the countertop. The electrical, plumbing, insulation and drywall were also replaced. For privacy, we installed narrow reed glass in the new window as well as a new obscure glass bathroom door to give the room a clean, bright look.
What our Clients are Saying
“I’ve had major renovations done on four houses, including a 100 year old 3-story townhouse in Chicago, this has been by far the best and smoothest remodel experience in my life”
David Fiske and Valerie Lau, CorvallisSee the project
“Mike and Karen were so pleased with our work and our crew, they invited everyone who worked on the project over for a "deck-warming" party!”
Carl Christianson, Superintendent and OwnerSee the project
“During both projects, the Christianson crew was very helpful and easy to work with. We did some on-the-fly reconfiguration, and I was impressed with the flexibility of everyone involved. The subcontractors were superb, and everything came together on schedule and budget.”
Anna Ellendman, Corvallis