I will have red oak, wood floors installed in the kitchen, matching what is in the DR, LR, entry, hallway, closets, all 3 bedrooms. Existing wood floors are getting redone. Got a great price to get that work done. When we have the wood floor installed in the kitchen, we are first removing the appliances and 4 base cabinets, along with the cheapo formica countertop. Hoping to reuse those, not damage them in the process so as to avoid that expense at this point. The new 1/2 bath will have a pedestal sink, no counter there
The laundry room to also be a 1/2 bath, I am thinking large black and white tiles, to be installed on the diagonal, giving a diamond effect. (image above has a marbled, white tile, I would do a solid white) I am also thinking of eventually painting the room green. Master pink bath shower is getting gutted, so now considering redoing the floor tile in there as well.
Hall handicapped bath is getting completely gutted, thinking a classic white tile floor that has black corner insets. Shower/cast iron tub will be done in white subway tile with a niche that has a contrasting pattern/inset, and there will also be an accent border in a black/white theme. Walls will be painted a very light, soft blue.
The hall bath will have a vanity, a white porceline inset sink, and a countertop. I do not want an all in one counter with sink.
The master bath is getting a white wooden vanity, white porceline sink, and a counter top. What to do for bathroom counters? I don't want marble, not really a fan of granite but I may* be able to chance upon a remenant piece at one of the granite places locally. Quartz? I really have no idea. Thoughts welcomed.