Make River Oak Cabinetry your first choice for bathroom remodeling Wheaton! We have grown into a premier partner for homeowners in much of DuPage County due to our expert design and installation skills. Our goal is to assist you with every stage of the bathroom remodeling process to bring your vision to life.

River Oak Cabinetry & Design has a wide variety of options for customers to explore. We have an extensive gallery of completed bathroom remodeling projects on our website to help inspire you. From updating the fixtures to modifying the walls, every part of your bathroom remodeling should match your vision of an ideal bathroom and be visually appealing to all who enter. We will ensure that your bathroom renovation is as practical as it is beautiful.

Whether you’re getting ready for your day or escaping to your own personal oasis, you deserve a place personalized to your taste and needs.

Types of Bathroom Layouts

In real estate, bathrooms are referred to by the quarter.  Every bath is comprised of four parts: sink, toilet, tub and shower.  A full bath equals all those mentioned.  A three quarter means sink, toilet and shower. A half is what one would consider the powder room consisting of a sink and toilet.  Extremely antiquated design may include a stand-alone sink in a living quarter but that truly is a thing of the past.

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.

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.

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.

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. 

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