Wednesdays Work-In-Progress – February 9, 2022

Wondering which one is done?

The Gold Coast Projects
Three projects in the same neighborhood are in different phases of their renovation. The first one featured is just about complete (see the before photos here), while the high rise apartment is about halfway there. On Lake Shore Drive, a large main bathroom will start in the next couple of weeks. Check out the progress below.

Gold Coast Townhouse
The first floor office/ guest room and bathroom renovation is nearing its end. The bathroom is finished and ready for use. Although small in size, it is big in style and luxury.

A recessed medicine cabinet with integrated lighting provides storage, excellent task light and a clean look.

Fixtures include a multi-function shower head and a hand-held shower head.

A bench gives the user a nice spot to relax. Penny rounds on the shower floor add slip-proof texture and feel good underfoot. A grab bar adds safety, without being obtrusive.

A skirted toilet has smooth sleek sides with the added benefit of easy cleaning.

Office/Guest Room
Down the hall from the bathroom is the office/guest room.  The central niche will be filled with a wall bed that can easily be pulled out when needed. It is flanked by closets which will have doors for hidden storage.

The other side of the office/guest room is light and bright with views to a patio and garden outside. A full wall of sliding glass doors will divide the room from the brick hallway. The doors can be left fully open, partially, or closed as needed.

Gold Coast Apartment
Construction is moving along with the plan to finish by the end of the month. Kitchen cabinets are being hung while the bathroom tile is grouted down the hall.

The style is transitional with a classic, clean look. White cabinetry is set off by dark wood floors–and a beautiful Lake Michigan view.

Main Bathroom
The classic subway tile is updated with a hand made look in shades of white and gray.

Hall Bathroom
Large rectangles of porcelain tile in gray with streaks of white complement the wall tile and will set off the white vanity.