ADA-Approved Bathroom Reno: Before

Who: Ina N.
Where: Falls Church City, VA

This remodel involved gutting the bathroom down to the studs—except for the old tile floor. (New tile was laid on top of the old.) Otherwise, all old fixtures were torn out, including drywall, and the bathroom was built up again. New tile, new sink, new toilet, new medicine cabinets (two), all new fixtures, chosen because they 1) were ADA approved; 2) fit the overall design of the bathroom, the square/rectangular shape taken from the basketweave pattern of the tile; and 3) are beautiful.
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