Can You Visualize This Bath To-Be?


AK is set to tackle a "blah" bathroom in Kennesaw. We've posted some pictures of the old bath and a lot of the colors & materials that will make-up the new one. Can you picture it? What do you think?
AK is partnering with Delta Faucets for this remodel - and we will be posting more pictures & information of about the all the fixtures they are providing!
The OLD Bathroom
OLD Shower
The OLD Vanity
Slated To Be The New Entry Door (Stain on door will be truffle to match cabinets)
New Shower Tile
New Cabinetry
New Cabinetry
Ceiling Paint Color
Shower Design Sketch
New Wall Paint Color
New Bathroom Countertop

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1 question
  • Christine Millership
    on Jul 22, 2016

    It's been some time since these comments: have you a final picture of what you actually did, or what it looks like now?

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  • Leigh Rowan
    on Feb 2, 2015

    Don't like any of it, colors are all light absorbing dark flat colors. We'll see, but tan is a safe color for the walls. The tile color will be out of style in a couple of years. That is a lot of money for such a short time. The more permanent costly tile should be a neutral color, lay an interesting pattern or style of tile instead. Walls that are easier to change and less expensive should be where drama is focused. Spending that much money on a fad shower is crazy.

  • Sandra Bilsland Mann
    on Nov 12, 2016

    I agree about the tile color. I think a stainless steel "look" would be better. The cabinets and counter tops are enough "dark". A bathroom should be a retreat, a place you feel relaxed as soon as you walk in..........with a touch of luxury.

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