Built in 1910, this home on Edgewater Drive had character—and two original bathrooms in need of major updating.
The hall bathroom was completely gutted and old knob and tube wiring was replaced. Per the homeowner, unique “heat lamps” were built into the tile at just above floor level. Custom heat registers were built to allow heat from boiler system to radiate through; these were topped with Blue Pearl granite to match the vanity for a seamless look.
The master bath was gutted along with an adjoining hall closet to allow a larger walk-in shower. Again, knob and tube wiring was replaced and an intricate tile “rug” design was installed in front of the custom vanity. This basket weave tile also complimented the shower floor and border. The Robern mirrored cabinet over the sink features lights that heat up for anti-fogging action.