Oak Design and Construction Wins Gold Key Award for Historic Bathroom Remodel

December 04, 2013

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Chicago Real Estate Forum and Marketing RELEVANCE congratulate Oak Design and Construction for winning a Gold Key Award in the Excellence in Remodeling – Historic Remodel category for the bathroom remodel completed at the Andrew residence on State Street. The Key Awards are the premier awards in the new home construction industry.

The Andrews wanted to remodel their guest bathroom, but they wanted to retain the vintage look and feel of their 1927 condo located in downtown Chicago. The company’s in-house designer, Erika Woolman, chose period-appropriate tile by Ann Sacks for the floor and walls to match the original marble in the threshold. The focal point is a deep radius corner tub chosen by the homeowners. Luxury WaterWorks plumbing fixtures, a restored original tankless toilet and all new electric and plumbing lines were installed. The bathroom is truly brand new, but because of materials and fixtures that were carefully selected it’s just right.

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