Prideaux Bathroom renovation in niagara-on-the-lake

renovation overview

Bathroom renovation

Nestled in Niagara-on-the-Lake’s historic downtown area, the home boasts picturesque streets lined with 19th-century heritage buildings. 

The original bathroom had an outdated look and didn’t function well, with inefficient vanity and fixtures and not enough storage space. The clients wanted to improve both its appearance and functionality significantly.

To renovate a large bathroom such as this, involving no structural modifications or layout adjustments, anticipate a starting cost of $40,000.


“We used Eden Build to convert a basement closet into a cute powder room and to renovate and modernize a guest room bathroom. We were impressed with Eden’s ability to complete our sizeable project on two floors in a very organized and timely fashion. Craig used high quality suppliers and sub-trades, and was always conscious about minimizing the disruption to the rest of the house and keeping us informed on progress. We intend on using him again to update our upstairs bathroom when we’re ready in a year or two.”

Niagara bathroom renovation with black vanity, white counters, and glass shower

Scope of Work

DEMOLITION: Complete removal of all existing finishes and fixtures, floor and wall tile.

ELECTRICAL: Installation of new illuminated mirror, pot lights, and vent fan.

PLUMBING: Plumbing was updated for the sinks and shower. Installation of new vanity faucets, shower trim kit, and toilet.

DRYWALL: Use of mold-resistant drywall around the shower areas, with all necessary drywall repairs and patches completed.

TILING & GLASS: Installation of new floor tiles and shower wall tiles, grouted for durability. Custom frameless shower glass was installed.

CABINETRY: Installation of new vanity.

FINISHES: Installation of baseboards and bathroom accessories and fresh paint applied to walls.

after the renovation