Bathroom Remodeling Triumphs: Three Trade Pros Win Contest

Posted on March 25, 2011 by Nora DePalmaNo Comments

The "ugly bathroom" David Sturm of Attention to Detail Remodeling had to work with.

Three talented remodeling professionals were recently recognized for transforming some of the ugliest bathrooms in the country into beautiful showpieces as part of an online contest sponsored by American Standard Brands.

The contest, called “America’s Ugliest Bathrooms: Solved”, was hosted by remodeling industry journalist Leah Thayer on her popular and informative website, Winners received the brand new 5-Function Shower System from American Standard as well as another unique and particularly valuable prize: special public relations assistance to help them promote their win, compliments of American Standard.

The three winning projects included:

  • Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based remodeler Tamara J. Dalton of Tamara Dalton Design Studios, who tackled a mold-infested bathroom outfitted with cheap tile and cabinets, and a drab beige tub deck. Dalton enlarged the shower and installed a low-flow toilet, beautiful porcelain and glass mosaic tiles, and granite countertops to complete the beautiful new design.
  • Trent Ketchum, of Swansea, Ill.-based Fulford Home Remodeling, whose renovation job entailed gutting a tiny bathroom covered in outdated yellow wall tiles, and utilizing an adjacent seating area to create an expansive and beautiful room with a new clawfoot tub, walk-in shower, and vanity seating area with storage.

    A shot of the now attractive and light-filled bathroom after Attention to Detail finished the remodeling job.

  • Roswell, Ga.-based David Sturm of Attention to Detail Home Remodeling, who transformed an uninviting, windowless bathroom covered in dark wallpaper and wood trim by adding a six-foot window, non-splash countertop sinks, a glassblock shower, and slate flooring to create an attractive new master bath.

We at OR/DP also must give a shoutout to Sturm and his David’s Dynamic Meatloaf recipe.  Check it out here at Attention to Detail.

For more information about the contest and to view a complete set of “before & after” photos, see the complete press release.

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