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Consider River Oak Cabinetry & Design your premier Aurora Illinois bathroom remodeling company

We are here to bring your creative bathroom vision to life. As professional bathroom remodelers Aurora IL, we are well-versed in upgrading bathrooms to suit the current needs of homeowners.

We also strive to work closely with every homeowner to integrate their ideas into the design process. We want you to see your dream bathroom come to life. Change is always possible, no matter the age of the bathroom or the home. What is essential is you want to take the first step to be creative and inspired, and River Oak will take care of the rest. The ideal bathroom should not only be efficient – it should be comfortable and private and should feel like a sanctuary within your home.

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Bathroom Remodeling on Your Mind?

Most family baths look nothing like the luxurious bathrooms featured in the glossy pages of interior design magazines. Nevertheless, most people want beauty and efficiency in their design, whether their bathroom is heavily utilized with a bustling family, or a space for guests.

It’s time to jot everything down. Make a list of all the changes you would like to make: more storage, heated floors, better lighting. When designing a family bathroom, it’s essential to consider the needs of who will regularly use it, from parents and children to teenagers and preteens. Then, when you meet with professional bathroom remodelers Aurora IL, you can use this list to prepare for the project.

Making the most of the available space is our priority

Finding enough storage space for a successful remodel of a bathroom can be challenging, but that’s what River Oak is here for! Towels, bulky items, and other toiletry necessities may require many storage cabinets and drawers. Be resourceful when it comes to keeping items in a family bath. For example, a step stool might be helpful if small children are in the house.


River Oak Cabinetry & Design offers creative design as well as professional and expert installation.  We specialize in bath remodeling.

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Bathroom Layouts

in wheaton

Small Bathroom

We meet the challenges of designing a small space as well as a large space. There is a broad selection of suitable storage solutions available with open shelving, vanities and wall cabinets. We can make the most of your wall by adding appropriate cabinets and shelves. Essential storage pieces will not infringe upon the limited floor space.

Ask us about working with a small bathroom during your bathroom remodeling Wheaton.

Main Bathroom

Main bathrooms are generally located in the hall when there is a master bath available.  This space is shared by most or all of the bedrooms. Oftentimes in a shared space, storage is a key component.  River Oak can design custom storage solutions in the way of the vanity, recessed medicine cabinets and storage towers. Rarely in a hall bath does a client choose to eliminate the tub. Most often due to space restraints, the hall bath remains the location of a shower/tub combination.

Owner/Master Bathrooms

Owner/master bathrooms are generally designed to be both functional as well as luxurious. Generally, there must be enough storage space for two people’s belongings for the room to function well. Because they are commonly built into or adjacent to the master bedroom, master baths often reflect the style they share with the rest of the house. Master bedroom design concerns include storage, the size and placement of the tub or shower, the arrangement of double sinks and cabinetry, as well as the positioning of the tub or shower..As of late, homeowners have been foregoing the tub for luxurious walk in showers that are considerably enlarged by eliminating the tub. Water closets have remained a popular choice in master baths since they are almost always a shared space.  By creating more privacy by enclosing the commode, the bathroom can be shared more readily throughout any time of day.

Designing an ADA-Compliant Bathroom

Familiarizing yourself with ADA-compliant bathroom layouts is a good idea when planning your bathroom remodeling Wheaton. Bathrooms in public venues must be accessible and convenient for people with disabilities in accordance with ADA.

If you’re creating a bathroom for your own house, you don’t have to adhere to ADA regulations, but there are many advantages to making a bathroom ADA-compliant. Following these guidelines run somewhat parallel to the concepts of aging in place. Not only can it potentially increase your home’s value, but you will be establishing a safe and accessible area for anyone who visits your home. 

The most common facet of ADA compliance involves measuring and spacing various bathroom components. For example, in the shower, ADA compliance requires that roll-in showers have dimensions of at least 36 inches by 36 inches and a bench positioned along the wall opposite the shower valve control. Additional requirements include a half-inch shower curb and a 60-inch hose that may be used for both fixed and handheld showerheads. The dimensions, strength, and spacing of grab bars and railings must also be adhered to.

The American Disabilities Act (ADA) specifies specific standards for various bathroom fixtures. This information is available online through the American Disabilities Act (ADA), whether you need it for your business or if you’d prefer to comply in your own home. 

Let’s Talk About Space

Today, almost every bathroom in a new home has a “spa” or “retreat” feel because people enjoy having more room in their bathrooms. As a result, renovation and expansion of small, valuable bathrooms, which can be found in nearly every home built before 1980, has been a popular project for Aurora Illinois bathroom remodeling experts for many years.

When boosting square footage is out of the question because of local building codes, budget constraints, or other factors, you can still revert to certain principles that will help create a more spacious bathroom no matter the size of the existing bathroom.

"creating" space

The illusion of space can be made using light, soft colors on the walls and floor. Recommend that your customers use vibrant, exciting colors on their towels and decorations instead of strong colors. The choice of color is mainly subjective.

Glass and reflective surfaces are frequently suggested in a small bathroom design by design experts. To give the appearance of more overall space in the bathroom, you should remove the shower curtain and replace it with a clear glass door instead. Additionally, if you’ve invested in beautiful tile in your shower or tub area, glass doors allow you to see it every time you enter your remodeled space. Keeping mirrors, glass elements and lighting clean really help to brighten any space.

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