Pushing into nearby areas allowed us to make two different style Bathrooms more comfortable and functional for an urban homeowner.


“Maurice and his team are the best, from start to finish. This is my third project with them, and I’m confident there’ll be a fourth.

N. S.






Bathroom Before
Master Bath cabinet in process 6 2
Hall niche in progress 6 2
Master Bath before tile + window 6 2
Guest Bath before

Completed Project

Borrowed Bathroom Space
Bathroom 2
Bathroom 1
Borrowing Space for Bathrooms
Borrowing Space for Bathrooms
Bathroom Renaissance
Borrowing Space for Bathrooms
Borrowing Space for Bathrooms

Project Details

We remodeled two full Bathrooms at a new home for an old client.

Master Bathroom

  • We created a modern full Bathroom with a separate shower and tub by expanding into an adjacent closet. The rest of the borrowed space became the cabinet and niche facing the hall.
  • Levitch created a custom floating vanity cabinet with two sinks instead of the single sink there previously. We fabricated the cabinet in our shop from Kirei Board, which is an environmentally-friendly material made from sorghum straw.
  • The client liked the green glass tile from another Bathroom remodel so much he decided to use it here also. The floor is covered in dark gray, large format tiles.

Guest Bathroom

  • For this “Jack and Jill” Bathroom accessible from both the Media Room and Guest Bedroom, we borrowed space from the adjacent Media Room closet to enlarge the very tight shower.
  • A black and white color scheme features gray and black mosaic tile floors, white wall and shower tile, and a custom white floating vanity also built by Levitch, with black accents.

Since we were remodeling both of the client’s Bathrooms, we staged construction and set up a temporary shower so that the Owner would have Bathroom facilities available throughout construction.

We overcame some additional challenges since the project is in a condo building.

  • While we protect existing spaces as a normal part of our remodeling work, we had to adhere to strict rules about construction access and protecting adjacent areas from damage during construction, including placing and removing temporary floor protection at the beginning and end of every workday.
  • In order to move plumbing to accommodate new fixture locations, we had to drill into the building’s concrete floors.


Photography by Treve Johnson