Lower Level 
Home Location : Edina, MN
Home Built : 1953
Photographer : Orfield Design & Construction, Inc.

Summary :

A part in the 1st floor kitchen dishwasher broke and spawned an insurance claim for new basement carpet and paint.  Before investing in these new materials for a space that needed refreshing anyway, the owners decided to add some layout changes and remodel the basement bathroom as well.

Featured In :

Title: What’s In Store” by John Filippelli
Publication: Kitchen & Bath Design News May 2011

Title: Designing for Children
Publication: NKBA Profiles Magazine Summer 2008

See other projects we did on this home :
Client Testimonial :
Morningside Neighborhood
“Bathroom turned out great. The rest of the basement and a lot of the upper floor needed updating and repairs due to water damage. They were prompt, the communication and coordination was very well done and we are very happy with our house.” (Angie’s List)

Scope & Objectives :

To gain the additional space for the bathroom, an unnecessary recess in the adjacent guest bedroom was removed and the wall now runs straight. The hallway to the bedroom was modified and the entrance to the laundry room was moved over. The existing water meter was moved to a new location and a custom chute installed to route the laundry into the adjacent room.

A new glass block window, large soaking tub & shower surround, ceramic tile floor, pedestal sink, toilet, recessed medicine chest and a surplus of new recessed lighting transform this former dingy, cramped bathroom into a well-finished and inviting space.  Adjoining basement rooms received new paint, carpet and lighting.

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