Camille Rossy | Bathroom Redux in an Empty Nest

Bathroom Redux in an Empty Nest

This is the story of a lovely lady, who was busy raising three lovely girls, then she met a guy and he had three kids too. While their new house was very accommodating for the couple AND the kids that lived with them, AND the ones that boomeranged, the kitchen needed work right away. The bathrooms, on the other hand, had to wait.

Time went by and they were finally alone! The question arose; “Do we stay or do we go?”

They stayed, but with a stated timeline. In the interim the bathrooms were on their last legs, but what to do if you don’t know how long you will be there? A quick call to Camille Rossy brought about a series of major changes. A combination of high and low – new plumbing and electric were required. Big box tile (and less of it) replaced the “vintage” 1970’s brown and blue everything. Custom stone pieces, where off-the-shelf didn’t work, added the luxury and flash the couple wanted in their bathroom remodel. In keeping with a desire for multi-generational use,  Camille Rossy made accommodations for older bones, as well as a pack of new ones (eight grandchildren to be specific) who visit frequently.

In the end, big things were accomplished on a small budget. To see more click HERE.

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