Hunter Bathroom Remodel, Beaverton


The shower in the masterbath was rotting and ready to fall through the floor while the kitchen lacked in storage and functionality.



Using the same footprint in the kitchen we moved the refrigerator to the interior wall and centered the cooktop and decorative hood in the middle of the rear wall. Moving the refrigerator allowed us to create a two person peninsula and benefit from the windows natural light. We captured a wasted transition area and expanded the footprint of the bathroom. By adding a tub, an additional sink and a full size shower with a bench the bathroom now looks and feels like a spa at home.



“David did a terrific job on our master bath and kitchen remodel. He guided us through the entire process from start to finish of our first remodel and was a pleasure to work with. He finished the project within budget and we were thrilled with how it turned out.”