Waking up and getting ready for the day just got a little easier. Project: We took the bathroom down to studs and installed everything new, which included the tile, tub, shower, faucets, vanities, and lights. The project took 4 weeks to complete. Design Tip: When selecting tile for the bath wall and floor, select one main tile, one tile insert (backsplash), and one trim finish color. For added appeal, select different colors for the wall and floor tiles.
That's impossible! How is the vanity just hanging in mid-air? Project: We installed new tile, vanity cabinet, vanity top and mirror. The project took 2 weeks to complete. Design Tip: How many furniture pieces do you have in a bathroom? Not many, right? So, make it count. Select a vanity that defines the space and your design style.
No longer a need to go far away to get relaxation. Just run a bath for a great getaway from the daily grind. Project: Bathrooms are more than just a few fixtures and running water. They are oases for relaxation and meditation. In this project, we remodeled the entire bathroom including everything behind the walls. This project took 4 weeks to complete. Design Tip: Consider including a glass shower door in your remodel; it could improve the already great 72% ROI on your remodel.
...are three words that our designer loves to use to describe this finished bathroom. Project: For this project, we installed a new vanity, tile and backsplash. The project took 2 weeks to complete. Design Tip: Try selecting items that are a little different from the traditional, such as a square sink bowl, a stylish faucet or a backsplash to cover a wall. Pick what you will love.
The feeling of standing on the beach on a sunny day just got easier. Project: For this project, we poured a concrete shower base, installed rough plumbing, wall tile and a shower door. The project took 1 week to complete. Design: Visit design sites such as Houzz and Pinterest for unique ideas like this bathroom. Find this picture on Houzz.com.
Thinking of what you can do to add that extra touch in your bath remodel? Try wainscot. Project: In this project, we painted the walls, installed a new pedestal sink, a new toilet, bath hardware and wainscot. The project took 2 weeks to complete. Design Tip: To create a panel look, use 3/4" thick 1x clear pine and trim nails, then cut the boards to length, nail to the wall and paint. It's an easy project that will upgrade the room's look.
Who said you need a "million" elements to create a great-looking bathroom? Tip: Use a simple, elongated tile with nice striations and a complementary grout color, and you will have the feel of a brand new, modern bathroom. Then, add a couple of stainless steel fixtures to complete the design. So, now you have a design tip, are you ready to start designing? Call today for your free in-home consultation with our professional design team.
Okay. So, we may have used pebbled tile more than once. But, who can blame us? We must confess that our design team decided to try something a little different. So, they decided to add a pebbled walkway to the shower. Just an added touch to make the bathroom a little more spectacular.
Forget the floor. The flooring looks better on the wall! The foundation of good design is a strong technical understanding, but great design uses the foundations, removes limitations and applies creativity to incorporate the best aspects of both functional and creative design. Our design team loves doing things a little different with great results!