Accessible Remodel of Laundry Room and Bathroom in NJ

This Branchburg, New Jersey family wanted to update their home by remodeling numerous different parts of the home, centered around a master bath and laundry room remodel. One of the primary factors was adding accessible features. The Design Build Planners created designs for the interior remodel. To the right is a 360 view of the master bathroom remodel.

The homeowners drew their inspiration from remodeling projects featured on The design options are a result of homeowners online research combined with an in-home consultation with Design Build Planners. There is also a proprietary profile checklist that homeowners fill out that depicts their lifestyle and room use. After compiling this information, Design Build Planners incorporates their construction knowledge and design creativity for the space with a focus on the budget and overall investment.

Below is a bullet point overview of the scope of the project.


Master Bath

  • Remove vanity for reinstallation
  • Demo floor to sub floor
  • Demo shower area to stud and subfloor
  • Close in one window on the side of home
  • Enlarge the shower per plan
  • Add knee wall with frameless glass enclosure (door depicted is 36” with upgraded hinges)
  • Add bench seat
  • Add 3 wall niches
  • Level entry shower system
  • Rain head, handheld, and body sprays depicted
  • Solid surface top for bench seat, top of knee wall and vanity
  • Install vanity with new sinks and install new or existing faucets
  • 16” tile floor in main area with 4” inlay perimeter, tile shower floor with inlay design, shower walls to ceiling and non-wet walls to 48”
  • Relocate one recessed light in the shower and add a second shower light
  • Paint walls and ceiling
  • Repair/replace moldings as needed


  • Remove closet door and raise head to 8’
  • Install built in bench seating with storage
  • Replace existing cabinets and add new per plan
  • Add hanger pole
  • New farm style sink and tall faucet
  • New counter with folding station
  • Two recessed lights
  • New tile floor and backsplash with feature strip
  • Paint walls and trim
  • Tile continues to front area that connects to kitchen
  • Widen doorway to kitchen to 42”


  • Build new deck per plan
  • Widen door to the home to 36”
  • Owner supplied lift
  • Add stairs to new deck
  • Add shelving over basement stairs


  • Demo floor to cabinetry (do not remove cabinets)
  • Install pre-finished wood flooring
  • Install new base trim and ¼ round molding

Below are the final computer designs floor plan layouts, as well as a 360 degree rendering created by Jason Parsons, a Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler. Follow along with the project’s progress as photos will be added.



Here is a 360 overview of the master bathroom and laundry room:














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