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Uptown Dallas Bathroom Remodel Pictures

This Uptown bathroom remodeling project transformed an older Uptown bathroom into a trendy new bathroom! This shower is a great showcase of how today's bathrooms are changing.

These uptown Dallas bathroom remodel pictures show the bathroom before and after Renowned Renovation updated the counter tops, added a tiled shower and refinished the bathroom vanities. Call today for your in-home estimate.

Here are some of the most common bathroom remodeling trends that we are seeing in Dallas:

  1. Heated Floors & Towel Racks are luxurious upgrades. The radiant heat keeps your feet warm even on the cold wet rainy days!
  2. Multiple Shower Heads are on the way out. More and more people remodeling their shower with high tech sprayer heads, steam, and multiple water jets. Built-in shower stools add a nice touch of luxury.
  3. More people are adding daring designs with light fixtures that wouldn’t normally be found in a bathroom.
  4. Many bathroom remodels are geared towards neutral colors, with the tiles being the design element that adds the pizzazz.
  5. Adding Music: Connected digital bathrooms are becoming a greater part of any remodel. Many people want their bathroom remodel to include wireless sound systems and mobile hot spots.

For more of the latest design trends, contact Renowned Renovation . We can make your dream bathroom remodeling project in Dallas come to life!

Another Kitchen Remolding and Renovation by your North Dallas Kitchen Remodeling Professionals – Renowned Renovation

The new owners of this 1980’s ranch style home in North Dallas’ Prestonwood neighborhood had the house they were looking for, but wanted their kitchen to have an open, modern feel. To open up the kitchen, we took out two walls and an outdated wet bar, and added three LVL beams to create a large, open space. The owners wanted their kitchen to have a centerpiece that would accentuate their modern space, and decided to go with a waterfall style island that would be large enough to serve as an informal dining area. With these custom cabinets, quartz counter-tops, glass tile back-splash, and light colors, the end product has become a focal point that the family can enjoy for years to come.