Red hot bathroom remodel
Written by: Joan Pearlstein Dunn
Executing a bathroom remodel project in a 1960s home will generally throw a few curve balls, but that wasn’t a deterrent for two transplants from New York. When Laurel and Alan Freeman purchased their contemporary, mid-century home, they knew exactly what they wanted, and meticulously developed a plan to do it. Laurel, an interior designer and principal of Laurel Interiors, relocated to Pittsburgh with her husband and began the renovations prior to moving in. The couple brought in contractor Carl Lieberman, owner of Lieberman Group, to do the overhaul and Liz Murphy, of Liz Murphy Design, who acquainted them with some of the local resources in Pittsburgh.
Resources: Interior designer: Liz Murphy, Liz Murphy Design; Contractor: Carl Lieberman, Lieberman Group, Inc.; Cabinetry and countertops: Leggett Kitchens; Bathtub: Crescent Supply; Sinks and faucets: Kohler, supplied by Crescent Supply; Shower door: Rex Glass; Mirrors: Electric Mirror; Wallcovering: Hobbs Painting; Flooring and wall marble: Athens Silver Cream, Ann Sacks; Stone pebbles: Pebble Tile, Island Stone, supplied by Ceramiche Tile & Stone; Cabinet hardware: Habitat Hardware; Accessories: Jonathan Savage Interior Design
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