Champaign, IL An unused alcove in an early 20th century bungalow was redesigned into a Master Bathroom. Original trim profiles were replicated, and tile is contemporary, yet still reflects a “bungalow feel”. To avoid changing the exterior façade, a moveable mirror was set in front of the window. This allows the window to be operated […]
Ponds of Windsor, Champaign For this on-suite Master Bathroom, New Prairie Construction paired up with the interior designers at Spectrum Design Group to realize the homeowners’ vision for the space. The result is a bright, open-plan bathroom with a double slipper, free-standing bathtub, custom cabinets, large format, Italian floor tile, and a shower built for […]
West Urbana, IL This master bathroom remodel was part of a larger effort to convert a stairwell and an unfinished storage room into a master-suite. Floating shelves, cantilevered countertops, exposed brick with organic edges, period tile, and sophisticated fixtures give the space both an edgy, yet classic feel. Quietly working behind the scenes, an efficient, […]
Urbana, IL Welcomed by warm cherry wood tones and Shoji screen inspired tile layout, this master bathroom remodel features an open concept bathing area, allowing the roof window to flood the space with natural light.
Sidney, IL 19th century farmhouses did not typically have 2nd floor bathrooms. An unfinished storage area on the second floor was converted to a master bathroom by building a dormer. Existing trim was reused or new was milled and finished to match. This space combines the best of old and new with a period-appropriate, hex-tile […]
Urbana, IL Moving the vanity location away from the tub/shower area allowed for more countertop space in this Urbana bathroom remodel. A new tub, toilet, floor and tub/shower surround material create a fresh, contemporary look. Retaining the plaster arch in the bathing area was made possible by the use of small-format, decorative tiles laid on […]
Rantoul, IL Rearranging some ill-designed space allowed us to enlarge this once-cramped master bathroom. The new space features a tiled curbless shower with three types of shower heads, a new coffee-colored vanity, and a niche for the toilet. To keep things cozy and dry, we air-sealed, insulated, and installed an underfloor heat mat and a […]
West Urbana, IL Light from the era-appropriate sconces and natural light from the window are reflected around this period bathroom by the large-format stone tiles, framed vanity mirror and shimmering glass mosaic wall tiles. All of this visual interest is beautifully balanced with moments of subtle trim details and quiet colors.
Urbana, IL The large sheets of plexiglass covering this room leaked, and the original windows were in disrepair. A new roof was built, insulation upgraded, and new skylights installed. The windows were replaced with architecturally compatible, wood units, and stained to match the trim. Throughout this remodel, the bathtub and flooring were protected and preserved.
The original 2nd floor full bath of this 1920’s brick home had a design simplicity and serenity that the homeowners wanted to preserve, including the original hex tile flooring, stained glass window, and radiator. The rest of the bathroom components were updated with new period fixtures and new wall tile. The original built-in linen cabinet […]