Traditional Bathroom Remodeling in Pittsburgh, PA
Do you love the elegance of traditional interior design? You’re not alone. Traditional bathroom remodeling is an incredibly popular home improvement project. With a focus on grace, beauty, and timeless designs, the architects and builders at Marvista Design + Build can craft traditional bathrooms that stand the test of time.
Our projects pair beloved designs with modern conveniences for a perfect blend of style and functionality.
6 Key Features of a Traditional Bathroom
Embracing the traditional bathroom style means capturing the classic essence of the past. From the calming appeal of neutral colors to the intricate detailing of bathroom fixtures, every aspect of a traditional bathroom speaks of luxury, comfort, and classic elegance.
Here are some characteristics that set traditional bathrooms apart from other design styles:
- Muted, warm color palette: Traditional bathrooms often feature earth tones and pastels accented with crisp whites and deep, rich wood tones to create a friendly, inviting atmosphere.
- Classic cabinetry: Cabinets in traditional bathrooms feature rich, dark stains or paint finishes. With an eye for detail, we can incorporate classic features like raised-panel doors, intricate woodwork, and period-appropriate hardware to maintain authenticity.
- Vintage fixtures: Traditional bathrooms often embrace vintage fixtures. From antique-style faucets to ornate handles and towel racks, these details add historical elegance and sophistication, further enhancing the classic aesthetic.
- Traditional tile motifs: Subway tiles, with their characteristically white color, rectangular shape, and glossy finish, add a clean, structured look to your bathroom walls. Then, penny tiles provide a whimsical charm to the floors, creating visual interest and nostalgia.
- Detailed architectural elements: Crown molding, chair rails, and wainscoting are common features of traditional bathroom design. They contribute to a structured, layered look, showcasing the rich craftsmanship that goes into building these timeless spaces.
- Free-standing tubs and pedestal sinks: Nothing is more traditional than a claw-foot tub adjacent to a pedestal sink. These features contribute to the luxury aesthetic and classic sophistication of traditional bathrooms.
Upgrade Your Bathroom With Traditional Counters & Lighting
A traditional bathroom remodel from Marvista Design + Build is your opportunity to incorporate grand, elegant countertops and lighting. We offer a wide range of traditional counter materials, including marble and granite, featuring ornate edges and detail work.
Our light fixtures range from classic wall sconces to vintage chandeliers, giving your bathroom a warm, welcoming glow.
View these and other bathroom materials and fixtures at our award-winning showroom and design studio in Pittsburgh, where we showcase luxury selections that make your traditional bathroom a work of art.
Our Traditional Bathroom Design Process
At Marvista, we place our clients at the heart of the design process. We kick off each project with a consultation at our design studio to understand your preferences, lifestyle, and functional needs.
Our design team then creates a personalized, 3D-rendered design layout for your traditional bathroom while accounting for the architectural style of your home. The design process includes space planning and material selection to complement the classic aesthetic you love.
Once you approve the design, our construction crew gets to work, maintaining a clean and safe environment throughout the build. The result is a traditional bathroom that’s as functional as it is beautiful, granting you a personal retreat to enjoy day after day.
Start Your Traditional Bathroom Renovation in Pittsburgh, PA
The Marvista team expertly merges timeless design with modern functionality, delivering quality work and unparalleled attention to detail. Our fully integrated, personalized approach to design and construction ensures your traditional bathroom renovation is smooth, stress-free, and satisfying.