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Deluxe Bathrooms Remodel Costs

Deluxe Bathrooms Remodel Costs

One of the TOP 10 Houzz Articles of 2014, talks about Deluxe Bathrooms Remodel Costs. When we say Deluxe, it mean, $30,000 to $100,000-plus.

Interior Design Giants shows what features to expect for $30,000 to $100,000-plus, to help you plan your luxury bathroom remodel.

This level is also known as a full gut job. Everything will go away, and you’ll put things where you want. You might also punch into an adjacent room for more space or punch out the exterior. The toilet and shower might switch locations, the bathtub might go away and a sauna might come in; all-new high-end fixtures, materials, cabinets, lighting and finishes can be added. The room is likely to be larger. Detailed molding, trimwork and tilework might also be included.

Cabinetry: Solid wood construction with custom finishes and decorative accent pieces.

Tile: Natural marble, limestone or granite, all of which are more labor intensive and difficult to cut. Natural stone requires more maintenance, but every single tile has its own unique character.

Plumbing: High-end finishes and parts.

Amenities: Steam showers and radiant floor heating.

The example shown here, by Case Remodeling, falls into the deluxe category. The cost was around $75,000, and it features radiant floor heating, natural stone tiles, a custom-built vanity and polished-nickel fixtures.




There’s also a freestanding tub with a freestanding faucet.


Nathan J. Reynolds

Reynolds-Poulin’s project here is another example of a deluxe project (though he considers it midrange). The cost was around $48,000. He removed a fiberglass shower; took out a washer and dryer; moved the toilet, bathtub and sink to different places; and added heated floors. Because this is the only bathroom in the house, it’s used not just by the homeowners but by guests as well, and so they were willing to put a little extra love into it.

The walls are real wood headboard with deep molding. The windowsill is marble. The fixtures are polished chrome with porcelain handles. The toilet cost more than $1,000 alone, says the designer.




Marlene Ritland, CKD – Kitchen Depot

This master bathroom by Marlene Ritland ($35,000) also falls into the deluxe range. The cost included all the tilework and plumbing and about $12,000 worth of custom cabinetry.




Nathan J. Reynolds

Reynolds-Poulin did this bathroom for $60,000. The 5- by 8-foot space features wallpaper, stained crown molding, porcelain tile floors, a granite countertop on custom cherry cabinets made by a local carpenter and cherry doors. There’s also a vibrant bronze finish on the plumbing fixtures, some glass accent tiles and a frameless glass door. “It’s simple in nature but has some nice colors to it,” he says.

  • Design fees: 4 percent
  • Installation: 20 percent
  • Fixtures: 15 percent
  • Cabinetry and hardware: 16 percent
  • Countertops: 7 percent
  • Lighting and ventilation: 5 percent
  • Flooring: 9 percent
  • Doors and windows: 4 percent
  • Walls and ceilings: 5 percent
  • Faucets and plumbing: 14 percent
  • Other: 1 percent