An Artistic Escape
“Can you imagine missing your bathroom while traveling? Well, I sure did. Attention to Detail gave us the bathroom of our dreams. Their company name rings true, as they worked with us so thoughtfully in creating both an aesthetically beautiful and wheelchair-accessible bathroom. The entire process was smooth due to great communication and professionalism.” —Beth Lynch, homeowner
The Lynch family lived in their home for over 20 years before tackling this major master bath renovation. Changes in physical needs made it necessary to revamp the room. Beth Lynch longed for a comfortable, relaxing space that incorporated universal design principles and accommodated the mobility challenges of her wheelchair. When first considering the remodel, she and her husband started out the way many of us do—on a computer, searching the web. The couple zeroed in on photos of work done by the Roswell-based firm Attention To Detail. They were not only impressed with the ATD project gallery, but they also connected with the company’s overall approach to project development and customer service. They noted the ATD team’s experience with “aging-in-place” renovations and interviewed them for the job, fully checking references after their meeting.
A comprehensive pre-planning stage allowed for the homeowners and the contractor to reach mutual objectives, avoiding regrets or mistakes down the line. Focusing on very specific needs and personal preferences, the Lynches could actively participate in creating an ideal space customized uniquely to them. From drawer heights and storage organization to USB outlets and illuminated glass cabinets displaying treasured art pieces, the detailed plan resulted in a beautifully completed project.
Beth Lynch advises others to develop an open line of communication with the builder and the job foreman. She also says to “expect to change your mind on higher-priced tiles, fixtures, etc., but don’t beat yourself up for it. Decide if each upgrade is worth it to you for the long run—you’ll be living daily with the renovation, so some changes might be worth it. If part of the reno is changing physical [layout] rather than just cosmetic [updates], remember to check and double-check needed measurements. I enjoyed the creativity and seeing it take a new form after each day. I most definitely appreciated the people who worked with us!”
Contractor: Attention to Detail Home Remodeling, atdremodel.com