January 12, 2021

How A Dated Bathroom Got a Respectful Renovation

This 115-year-old Tudor-style home was filled with beautiful original architectural features, but the principal bathroom had been through a renovation in the late 1980s that resulted in textured walls, an abundance of mirrors and a lack of flow. While staying true to the home’s character, designer Jaclyn Peters — named one of H&H‘s Ones To Watch — added a modern twist to the bathroom refresh. “My clients were ready for their forever home,” she says. “They wanted the renovation to capture their needs, function well for their growing family and reflect their personalities.” Although the nine-month project had its roadblocks — including burst pipes — the end result is idyllic and timeless. Not only that, the project sparked a lasting friendship between client and designer. Scroll down!

Author: Jenna Wilhelmsen

Ariana Tennyson


House & Home Kitchens +  Baths 2020


Jaclyn Peters