Feature Story 3

One Man and a Hammer is THRILLED to present to you…our newly renovated bathroom in Madison, OH!


  • The finished design is nothing short of amazing! The main room of the bathroom now houses the vanity and shower. The room is spacious and open, easy to get ready in, and allows for multiple people to be in the area at one time. This main room also has another door that leads into a newly designed closet with a ton more storage space and hanging room. The closet then has a doorway that leads into another little room where the laundry and toilet are located. The design is laid out nicely and used the space to its max potential.
  • Prior to the remodel, this couple had a dis-functional bathroom that was in drastic need of a renovation. The walls in the shower area were molding along the top. There wasn’t enough closet space/storage for their clothes, which caused the clothes to take residence in the unused bathtub. The vanity had no counter room and lacked proper lighting.




  • The shower is simply breathtaking and very spacious with its slightly eased square-edged look. The shower seat and wall cap are a Caeserstone Organic White color that radiates off of the Bayside Pewter shower wall. The Bliss Island horizontal stripe breaks up the wall nicely and the Bayside Pearl flooring ties it all together. There is a soothing rain shower head for use on the ceiling, as well as a hands-free shower head for everyday shower use.
  • The shower before was dingy and very worn. The renovation relocated the shower to the main room of the bathroom and placed the laundry with the toilet instead.



  • Modern, simple and sophisticated. The new Organic White Caesarstone vanity counter top offers much more room and is eye-catching against the two black glass vessel sinks. There are now two individual mirrors above each sink and improved lighting for anyone getting ready. The stacker to the left of the vanity is the perfect addition for easy access to towels without taking up much room at all.
  • Prior to the remodel, the vanity lacked counter space, the mirror wasn’t wide enough, and the lighting was all wrong for bathroom setting.



  • The closet got a whole makeover! The design opened up the space and gave the homeowner’s two rows of hanging rods to hang their millions of clothes on. There is also a shelf above the hanging rods for added storage. A custom cabinetry piece was built, with open shelving and drawers for multi-purpose storage. A wood floor was also laid down in this area.
  • Prior to the remodel the closet was a disaster with clothes thrown everywhere from lack of hanging rods and storage space.



  • This is the room off of the closet. It houses the toilet and stacked laundry machines. There is plenty of room for laundry to be easily loaded/unloaded. The folding and putting away is simple, as well, since the closet is located next door.
  • Prior to the remodel, this room was where the shower and toilet were located. It was entered into through the main bathroom room. This entryway was closed off by a wall in the new design.



  • Before the renovation, there was a bi-fold closet with angled shelving where all the bathroom necessities were stored behind the entryway door from the bedroom. After the renovation, the closet was taken out and the angled wall was retained.