Mary’s River Bathroom Addition

Beautiful Historic Farmhouse Bath Addition

This primary bathroom addition onto a 1910 farmhouse rests on a beautiful property along the Mary’s River. The addition extends out into a sunny yard, and features two windows that allow maximum daylight into the compact space. The homeowners worked with the G. Christianson Cabinet Shop to design custom cabinetry for the vanities and wardrobes, including a tip-out laundry hamper, small medicine cabinets, and interior window shutters. A unique feature in this space are the back-to-back vanities that are separated by a wall. On the other half of the addition, a large custom tiled shower features locally made tiles by Pratt & Larson. The primary suite was also remodeled to incorporate new French doors and windows that lead onto a brick patio beneath the trees.

“My husband and I couldn’t be happier with the master bedroom/bath remodel undertaken recently for us by G. Christianson Construction. I had a vision and Carl helped make it a reality. Everyone on the G. Christianson team is absolutely top-notch in terms of skills, and just in general being lovely people to have around. Carl seems to have a knack for finding and securing the talents of the best subcontractors, too. We are thrilled with the results of the project. In fact, I would say it turned out even better than we imagined and hoped!”

Project Details

Wardrobe Cabinets

These wardrobe cabinets were designed for maximum storage with a historic-inspired look. The lower left cabinet hosts a built-in laundry hamper to allow the floor area of the bathroom to be clutter free.

Handmade Tile Shower

Mild color variation in these pale green wall tiles is offset by a tiled crown moulding and a 1x1 mosaic tile with border inlay in this Craftsman-inspired shower. A clear glass door with a decorative handle keeps water spray contained inside of the shower.

Slide the green circle left and right to see before and after.

Wooden Handrail Upgrade

These before-and-after photos show the beautiful difference between the original builder-grade stair railing and the up-cycled historic newel post and new balusters that our carpentry team installed.

What our Clients are Saying

“When Old Spaghetti Factory's contractor failed, Bob called us for help. We stepped in and completed their new restaurant, on budget and on time.”

Carl Christianson, Superintendent and Owner

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“The fact that G. Christianson had an in-house cabinet team was a key factor in us hiring them. We especially loved the cabinet team and since we had a LOT of cabinets made, we got to know them pretty well. Dennis and Bobby were AMAZING at installing and answering any and all our questions. The team that worked on painting and making the cabinets did an outstanding job as well. As things were coming together, we began to realize that our kitchen was going to exceed all of our expectations, and it really did. ”

Kathy Lin, Corvallis, OR

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Anna Clink, Designer & Ron Fishback, Master Cabinet Maker

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