Vancouver Primary Bath Remodel
Luxurious features abound in this primary bath project, which also includes a stunning view of the Columbia River.
Design objectives for this primary bathroom remodel included: Removing a dated corner shower and deck-mounted tub, creating more storage space, reworking the water closet entry, adding dual vanities and a curbless shower with tub to capture the view.
In the remodel one of the biggest challenges was to create a barrier free shower area on an existing structure without building up the floor to create tripping hazards elsewhere.
Working closely with the tiler, Artistic Tile, we came up with a plan to create a curbless wetroom, provided custom vanities that maximize storage, and tailored finish selections to pair beautifully with the existing home’s architectural features.
The most striking part of the project is the detailed tile work that brought the homeowners’ design vision to life.
If you’re feeling inspired by this project or are looking for more primary bathroom ideas, we’d love to hear from you. Contact the experts at Neil Kelly today to get started on your bathroom remodeling project.
Since starting at Neil Kelly in 2009, Chad Ruhoff knows a thing or two about the home improvement world. He’s a Certified Master Builder and has also been certified by the Building Performance Institute. Having built over 250 homes in Oregon, he has cultivated a design team that cares about their craft, their clients and their coworkers. From guiding energy efficiency installations to overseeing complex construction projects, solving problems comes naturally to Chad. His community also benefits from his work ethic: he’s served as president of both the Lane County Home Builders’ Association and the Home Performance Guild of Oregon. A soccer fanatic, Chad plays, coaches and watches soccer.