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This homeowner desired a more open and modern master bath. By removing the original shower area and both the walls that separated the space, we were able to transform three rooms into one. We installed a rain showerhead in the ceiling and a handheld fixture onto the wall. In the shower, we also created focal points by adding quartz to the bench and a glass mosaic on the wall. The pony wall and shelving unit provide privacy while still allowing for openness. The stacked stone was the color inspiration for the space, and was utilized in various elements to pull the whole room together.
This is a new home from our Amberly Community in Cary, NC. The home buyer wanted some European flair in his bathroom, so we attempted something completely new to us. We took half of the master bath and installed floor to ceiling glass. On the inside of the glass, a tile pan floor covers the whole area.
The master bathroom in our newest model home is a showstopper! With a vaulted ceiling that showcases two beautiful chandeliers, to the genius addition of a coffee bar, this bathroom has it all. The soft gray cabinets add an unexpected pop to the all white color scheme. We even added a beautiful mosaic tile "bath mat" in front of the double vanity! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this beautiful spa-like bathroom!
This master bath, created using space from the master suite and backyard, is the highlight of a recent home renovation. The beautiful contrasting colors and enclosed glass shower play off the natural light in the space, making it seem more open and airy. The Black semi-polished herringbone tiles complement the dark walnut Abodian cabinets, and the Islandia Barbados glass tiles evoke the spirit of the ocean, making this master suite an oasis at the end of the home.
This 5,000-square foot Mediterranean estate, built in 1926 in Portland, Oregon's Historic Irvington District, required extensive restoration and revitalization. The overall aesthetic of the home is updated and fresh, but it draws from the style of the era that it was built. The spa-like master bathroom features a soaking tub crafted from volcanic pumice stone, gorgeous Carrara tilework in the generous walk-in shower, and in-floor radiant heat to enjoy during long Pacific Northwest winters.
If you like tile, you will love this master bath! With dual sinks, an oversized shower, and a private toilet area, this bathroom is perfect for a busy working couple. The custom shower boasts a safe bench, an accessible hand shower, and convenient niches. Note how the hexagonal tile from the shower pan is repeated in the shampoo niches, and how marble tile is used to frame the clear glass shower door. The stool shares an alcove with a large linen closet that keeps things handy but always out of sight. Wall sconces, ceiling lights, and dual exhaust fans ensure this windowless retreat is both bright and fresh. This bathroom is the perfect place to start or end one's busy day.
Before we came along, this bathroom was outdated and in poor working condition. The shower pan was leaking and needed to be replaced. We installed all new tiles in the shower and surrounding areas. We also enclosed the shower with all new glass. This whole project was completed using only the amount approved by the insurance company.
In this new construction master bath, European flair meets Florida contemporary. It features 12-inch ceilings, ample windows for tons of natural light, level 5 quartz counters, metallic floating vanities, a free standing tub, a massive frameless glass shower, Moen fixtures, and the latest â€œsmartâ€ technology.
Our clients contacted us in hopes of creating a more updated and contemporary look to their condo that they have lived in for the last 30 years. They wanted a place that they could appreciate comfortably and that would reflect their sophisticated style, while complimenting their personality and love of art. The existing space was considered stylish at one point, but the products and themes popular in the 80's no longer met their needs. It was time to update and convert the space into a more functional area that would also reflect their current taste. We removed the Jacuzzi tub and converted the space into a semi-custom walk-in shower, complete with a custom White Rhino corner seat to match the vanity countertop. The DXV American Standard shower set and faucets from the Keefe Collection continue the contemporary theme throughout the room. The sleek cabinets were chosen to match the simple and clean look. Crystal wall scones by Dale Tiffany reflect the light and play on the pearlescent Glazzio Magical Forest tile in Snow Palace beautifully. They are a focal point to the double vanity creating diamond patterns on the walls and ceilings. The same Glazzio accent tiles were also used to highlight and give focus to the three custom built niches in the shower wall. Fitzgerald honed Sea Pearl tile was used in the shower and floor to make the space feel larger. We added a tall linen cabinet with glass doors accents to give more storage and functionality. This complete transformation was well thought out to match our client's preferences and style. They are overjoyed with the final product that they can enjoy for years to come.
The master bath was the last room of this house to be updated. The homeowners dreamed of being able to enjoy a shower or bath in their own private oasis, and we were able to give them that. Our design included a free standing tub and tile shower that anyone would be jealous of.
Repeat clients sought a master bath upgrade in their new Concord, MA condo. The couple had their hearts set on a soaking tub as well as a roomy tiled shower enclosure, which the original bathroom could not accommodate. By taking just a foot of space from the master bedroom walk-in closet, we were able to reconfigure the space to include the tub and shower. The wall behind the tub follows the curve of the soaking tub and soffit above, providing interest to the design and disguising plumbing in the wall that had been in built-in cabinetry. A new set of built-in cabinets and shelves were placed on the wall opposite the sink vanity.
We turned this dreary, dark, and dated bathroom into a light and bright contemporary gem. The new space features a stacked stone fireplace near the entrance, natural slate flooring and wainscot that is rich in color and texture, beautiful reclaimed wood floating vanities, and bright/modern chrome fixtures. The two-person freestanding tub is an owner favorite.
This newly constructed townhome, built in 2017, includes a stunning master bath. It features beautiful Rittenhouse Square gray wall tile with white grout, Tavertino light gray floor tile, white granite countertops on his and her vanities with trough sinks, stainless Windemere faucets, white Timberlake cabinets, and a frameless glass shower enclosure.
This master bathroom remodel was completed in December of 2016. The seamless glass walk-in shower has a stone base with white subway tiles. The oversized, freestanding soaker tub is the ultimate symbol of relaxation, and the bronze hardware creates elegance within this classic white bathroom. As you can see from the before photos, this was a major remodel. The dark wooden elements and gold shower and made this bathroom feel small and dated. With the help of the Re-Bath design team, we were able to make this a dream bathroom.
This master bath remodel was part of a two-story addition to include a first-floor sunroom and a 10 x 20 second floor addition. The addition increased the size of the existing master bedroom to include a walk-in closet and new bath. The bathroom consists of a large walk-in shower with rain, handheld, and fixed showerheads, a custom Listello border, shower seating, and storage niches. There is a double bowl vanity with granite countertops and a separate vanity designated as a makeup area. The project was completed in February 2017.
Located in Los Angeles, CA, this design/build project focused on a couple's master bathroom. There were multiple reasons that the homeowners decided to start this project. The existing skylight had begun leaking and there were function and style concerns to be addressed. Previously, this dated-spacious master bathroom had a large Jacuzzi tub, sauna, bidet (in a water closet), and a shower. Although the space was large and offered many amenities, it was not what the homeowners valued. The project also included closing off a door which previously allowed guests access to the master bathroom. The homeowners wanted to create a space that was not accessible to guests. Painted tiles featuring lilies and gold finishes were not the style the homeowners were looking for. Desiring something more elegant, a place where they could pamper themselves, we were tasked with recreating the space. Chief among the homeowners' requests was a wet room with a free standing tub, a floor-mounted waterfall tub filler, and stacked stone. Specifically, they wanted the stacked stone to create a central visual feature between the shower and tub. The stacked stone is Limestone in Honed Birch. The open shower contrasts the neighboring stacked stone with sleek smooth large format tiles. A double walnut vanity featuring crystal knobs and waterfall faucets set below a clearstory window allowed for adding a new makeup vanity with chandelier which the homeowners love. The walnut vanity was selected to contrast the light, white tile.
Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. This relatively small bathroom has ample room for functional design and classic form. This Tranquil Glamour bathroom in Watchung, NJ uses custom white raised panel cabinetry with furniture base to bring the look of an antique furniture piece to the bathroom. The wood-look tile floor adds to this feel giving the space the depth and feel of natural materials and historic charm. The shower, tub, and tile add a more modern flair with beveled subway tile, pebbled floor, and herringbone accents. All masterfully designed and installed to give a low-key elegance to a mostly monochromatic space. The rain shower head and body spray option make the no threshold shower usable and accessible to everyone, now, and in the future. This bathroom was built by Pro Skill Construction in 2015 with design work from Design Build Pros.
This bathroom was ripe with potential! It had good space, great lighting, and owners with great taste! The goal was to redesign the grand classic bathroom with understated luxury. Custom cabinetry, contemporary fixtures, and soft toned quartz were selected by the homeowners. We love the final result. The neutral palette allows the dark maple to anchor the look, while the stunning mosaic tiles add amazing movement and interest to the space! The cabinets are maple Craftsman Style, full overlay, with 5-piece drawer fronts and dovetailed construction. The countertops are Quartz, "Taj Majal" and the sinks are Kohler Memoirs white porcelain. The faucets are from the Moen Voss Collection.
This master bath renovation took place in the last quarter of 2016. It involved relocating the toilet to the shower area, eliminating the large jetted tub, and creating a large walk-in shower. The shower includes wall, hand-held, and body spray options. Electric floor heating was added under the new tile. The double-sink vanity area is highlighted by a full wall of stone backsplash and recessed medicine cabinets hidden behind rolling mirror doors.
After gutting this dated master bathroom in Half Moon Bay, we completely remodeled it from the ground up. All of the fixtures and fittings were replaced. We took out an unusable corner-jetted tub, added a barrier-free shower, created a pony wall, and installed new windows. The shower bench seat is capped with the same quartz as the countertops. We added two new recessed Robern Uplift cabinets, all new Brizo plumbing, and Porcelenosa Tile. The plumbing drawers under the sinks allow for maximum storage.
This master bathroom was one of the main focus points of a luxury home we built, in an elite new development North of the River in Tuscaloosa, AL. Those wanting to live in Waterfall subdivision were looking for those "wow" factors that had not been used in every other new construction home. We feel we were able to succeed in delivering these requests (in this room specifically) by utilizing a wood-look ceramic tile wall that encased a full glass shower with Euro door. However, we did not stop there. Also included was an oval soaking tub as well as custom built cabinetry topped with a gorgeous granite and adorned with trendy hardware accessories throughout the room. The home was completed in the Spring of 2017 and was featured in our local Parade of Homes. Countless raves and compliments were showered on us by all who visited and we are sure that the new owners are going to enjoy this spa-like retreat in the manner in which it was designed.
For this remodel, the client required an open floor plan with enough space for two. This renovation required plumbing and electrical work, as well as waterproofing. The shower (including line drain and tile trim) and heated floor were Schluter, and the polished nickel plumbing fixtures were Brizo & Kohler.
Other products used: Fousanna & Calcatta tile floor, Virginia Tile shower tiling, Medallion cabinetry/trim, Napoleon electric fireplace, Emteck hardware, Sherwin Williams paint, Panasonic fan, Bradley Stoneworks & Middlefield Glass stoneware.
Although not evident individually, these interconnected details were combined to create anesthetics & functionality that flowed well. In the end, the client was extremely pleased with the overall result.
The homeowners for this project came to us looking to remodel their master bathroom and closets. This home had a very broken-up master bath with two separate, inefficient closets, a toilet that was in the middle of the bathroom, a dated shower with a framed glass enclosure, and a drop-in whirlpool tub that took up much of the floor space. We combined the two existing closets into one large master closet, relocated several of the plumbing fixtures giving the clients space for a separate toilet room, walk in shower and beautiful freestanding bathtub. The new bathroom also includes a dual vanity with a seated makeup area. By modifying the layout of the bathroom we were able to fully utilize the space and really open up the floor plan. When combined with the upgraded finish out, we were able to create the master bathroom of their dreams. This project was completed in May of 2016.
The original master bathroom of this condo was cramped and outdated. Opening the door would hit the toilet, which hung uncomfortably close to a bidet and half wall. The giant marble tub consumed the room, and the area was wall-to-wall marble. Working within the condo limits and without removing plumbing or electrical, we were able to transform this bathroom into a luxurious modern retreat, with a back-lit window-like feature, a new makeup vanity, and a walk-in shower.
This remodel involved demoing the vanity, flooring, commode, and bathtub. We installed beautiful polished white Carrera tile flooring in an intricate diamond pattern. To give the bathroom a luxurious look and feel, we carried Carrera tile along the baseboards and into the new walk-in shower. A furniture-style vanity with Carrera countertops and an under-mount sink was installed. To keep the space feeling light and airy, we painted the walls a light-gray and installed two new sconces and a pendant light. High-end finishes and bath accessories add the finishing touches to this glamorous bath.
After raising their family in this house, the homeowners began to prepare for a new life stage - empty nesters. The powder room was last remodeled in the 1980's by the previous owners and was in desperate need of a makeover. The oversized vanity countertop prohibited easy access to the toilet and provided no storage for basic toiletries. Plus, the dark green tile and dated fixtures provided a less than inviting sight for an entryway restroom and was in much need of a makeover. In the end, the newly remodeled modern European-style bathroom not only reminded the homeowners of one of their favorite hotels, it addressed all pain points and met their needs (a great layout, lots of storage, and better lighting).
The project was completed in January 2015. For this 1923 home, we remodeled an existing dark paneled attic that had several small rooms into a master suite with an open plan. The reason for the open plan was to maintain natural light throughout the attic. However, the bathroom was a challenge because it has privacy walls. Our designer opted to use continuous clerestory glass panels that wrap around the top corner of the bathroom enclosure. These custom glass pieces allow light to flow from the dormers and skylight into the bathroom. The bathroom door is frosted to maintain privacy but also let in natural light. The modern bathroom has a floating dark wood vanity that provides plenty of storage including a laundry basket. The toilet is in a separate room for privacy. The large shower has fittings on opposite ends. It has marble walls and floors. Since marble is traditional material, our designer included horizontal bands of thin chrome trim to add a modern touch. Another modern touch? Ice blue glass tile accent. The long drain is located to one side so it's not underfoot.
Our client wears many professional hats including those of musician, artist and educator. He's a busy guy and when he comes home, he wanted a place to relax and unwind, far away from the rest of the world. A fan of the industrial nautical influences associated with two of his favorite cities - Seattle and San Francisco - he wanted to apply that type of design element into his bathroom, creating a Master Bathroom based on the look of a 15th century sailing ship! ||When bathing, he wanted to feel as if he was on the inside of the ship looking out. In order to secure the optimum view while bathing, the 150-gallon tub and steam shower were framed in specific spots to achieve that goal. Layers of old wall plaster, tile and floor finish needed to be removed, leaving just the original brick wall and existing plumbing and electrical elements. The most difficult part was getting the new mechanicals and plumbing in the right places. A reclaimed antique porch floor was used to comprise the ceiling: the brick was cleaned, repaired and finished with some tuck pointing to give it that charming 'old' effect, and a maple door outfitted with a port hole and set with antique hardware - a surprising warehouse find - add the perfect touch to the space. It is truly the details in this design that bring the theme to life as items used to complete the effect were salvaged from old buildings, barns, and warehouses.
This project was just completed in July of 2017 in Orland Park, Illinois. Designed with lots of clean cut lines, square edges, and reflective surfaces, the homeowners wanted to give their master bathroom a complete contemporary makeover. Among the many upgrades, their bathroom is now equipped with Cambria counters with waterfall edges, walnut custom cabinets, chrome plumbing accessories, custom framed walnut trimmed mirrors with LED strip lighting underneath, a hidden uplift medicine cabinet, and more!
The original townhouse en-suite master bath felt outdated and confining to our sophisticated, yet nature-loving client. The assignment, awarded to Better Builders in 2016, was to take this partitioned master bath and open it up into a single spa-inspired retreat. Included in this total reconfiguration and remodeling project was a curbless shower with all the amenities, a deep soaking tub, and a floating vanity with matching linen cubby. The materials were selected with the elements of nature in mind: coolness of natural rock, sand, minerals, and porcelain weathered wood planking.
This bathroom was sorely dated and in need of an upgrade. The homeowners wanted to add luxury elements, like heated floors and multiple shower heads, and feminine details like crystal knobs and chrome fixtures. The design goal was to use classic materials with an upscale feel and to create an inviting retreat for the homeowners. To accommodate the homeowners' desire for a marble look without the marble upkeep, we incorporated Neolith in and around the shower and the on countertops. We also added ample storage and unique lighting features, like a toe kick "night light" and sconces on the mirror above sink.
This clean and modern bathroom renovation was a result of a beautiful collaboration with the brilliant team at Taylor Hannah Architect Inc. The A-frame cottage in which this bathroom resided had some underutilized space under a sloping ceiling in a closet adjacent to a small ensuite. By removing the partition wall, we were able to expand the footprint to create a funky sloped ceiling shower and add more space to the room. Intrigue was created through the use of mouldings applied to the walls, taking this rather mundane space to a more sophisticated level of design.
With a large area to work with, the goal was to better use the space and expand the walk-in closet. The oversized, tile tub was removed and a sleek, freestanding tub and hanging fixture now create a gorgeous focal point. His and hers vanities with Caesarstone quartz countertops flank the bathtub to provide ultimate symmetry and are packed with smart storage. The master bathroom project was completed November 2016 and featured the following updates: expanded master closet, created his-and-her vanities with built-in linen cabinets, added French-panel wainscoting for dimension, applied textured wallpaper, created a full-tile shower, and warmed up tile floors with heated floors.
White, clean and minimal was the vision for this bathroom. The challenge was that it was in a traditional colonial style home. A previously awkward 80's layout included corner tub, corner vanities, minimal storage and an unused makeup desk. Trimming away the awkward angles and streamlining the layout opened the space up for more functionality, longer lines and more lean shapes. Finding the balance between modern and traditional was achieved with the use of shaker-style white cabinetry - a staple for bridging the gap and making a new space feel like it belongs in its existing environment. The addition of a panel-front tub surround reinforced this concept and the space found it's balance somewhere between modern and traditional, with a hint more traditional. The use of large scale porcelain tiles on the floor created a monolithic feel that is uncluttered and dramatic. Repeating these large scale tiles on the wall behind the vanity and throughout the shower achieved the same level of drama - proving that sometimes less is truly more. The beautifully crafted custom vanity and recessed medicine cabinets use symmetry to infuse a sense of tradition into the layout. Balance, spacing and repetition were carefully considered at the sconce placement, medicine cabinets and sink layout. Every inch was accounted for and perfectly balanced. The seemingly small details that take design to the next level. Clean. Simple. White. These three words can take a space from dark and draining to bright and invigorating. This stunning bathroom quite literally infuses brightness and sparkle into the lives of the homeowners.
We worked closely with the homeowners to create the bathroom of their dreams. We expanded the footprint by combining the existing bathroom and adjacent bedroom. The new floor-plan allowed plenty of open space to create a peaceful and luxurious retreat.
The double marble-top vanity, walk-in shower, and stand-alone soaker tub create a spa-like sanctuary. Penny-round mosaic tile accents and a crystal chandelier mix seamlessly with the modern corner fireplace and wall-mounted TV. Behind the pocket door, a water-closet houses a dual flush toilet, beautifully detailed wallpaper and custom floor tiling to compliment the main bathroom accents. A heated floor and towel rack helped the room feel warm and spa-like even on the coldest Canadian winter nights.
This space perfectly reflects the classic and contemporary styles of our clients and they were delighted with their finished retreat.
We love the rustic wood ceilings and dark windows in this master bathroom! The shower is oversized and has a rainhead, stationary showerhead, and a handheld. The freestanding tub is gorgeous, and we love the contemporary bronze filler. Our clients selected console sinks and an armoire for additional storage instead of typical bathroom vanities.
Built in 2016, this Master Suite would be perfectly at ease on the pages of an interior design magazine highlighting traditional homes. Featuring his and hers custom closets and a 200-square-foot luxurious master bath, thereâ€™s not a more beautiful place to begin and end your day. The master bath tile was carefully laid in a variety of patterns including a contemporary herringbone. A majestic walk-in shower and indulgent soaking tub framed underneath a recessed ceiling complete this spa-like retreat.
The clients wished for a serene space in their Chestnut Hill home that they could begin and end their hectic days in. Tapping into the outdoor showers of The Cape, where they also own a home, we decided to bring some teak into the wet area, accompanied by a skylight to catch the morning light for an â€œoutdoor feelâ€ inside of the suburbs. The shower deck is supported by a product that is marketed for roof deck systems. It allows the deck to be removed to clean beneath it periodically, and to eventually be replaced after the marine grade varnish that protects the teak begins to wear. The tile is large format porcelain faux Calacata Gold. The extremely long vanity and the linen closet were custom built for this space, and the wall and trim color were chosen to match the white of the furniture, so that the tile and the teak would be the only color remaining in the room. The Toto Soiree widespread lav faucet was chosen, to accentuate the length of the vanity, and the clean lines of the Hansgrohe Axor Starck controls on the knee wall were selected to playoff of the grain of the teak. The mirror wraps the corner and overshoots the already extended vanity, so that even though the amount of teak is minimal, one is aware of it no matter their place in the room.
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The homeowner of a beautiful 1912 Arts & Crafts Movement home wanted to create a second-floor bathroom attached to their master bedroom. An adjacent bedroom was turned into the bathroom with some creative design. We used materials that replicated the style of the home throughout the space. From the tile and lighting fixtures to the cabinetry and countertop, this new master bathroom looks like it's always been a part of the house.
Step inside this absolutely stunning home located on the eastern shore of White Lake, and you'll instantly feel right at home. This picturesque retreat is unlike any other. With so many unique features in this home and detailed craftsmanship around every corner, the master bathroom is no exception. The purple hue leading from the suite to the bath truly enhances feelings of relaxation and rejuvenation. This modern, seaside master bath boasts a spacious quartz countertop with a beautiful mosaic backsplash, double sinks, and plenty of cupboard space. With a gorgeous tiled floor, a large, tiled walk-in shower showcasing mosaic detail, and a spacious walk-in closet, this bathroom is truly magnificent. Perhaps the most desired feature is the oversized window overlooking the lake, as this master bathroom was situated to showcase a breathtaking view of the water. This home was built early 2017, showcased in our Parade of Homes in May of 2017, and sold in July 2017.
This gorgeous master bath was built in 2016 as part of a private residence on the third floor of the Gabriel Builders Headquarters. With an Italian Villa style, this bath brings a European feel to the Carolinas. The neutral colors bring an immense amount of open light to the room and the custom cabinets add an extra layer of detail. The chandelier above the bathtub brings a simple elegance to the room for a relaxing, pampered feel. With waterfall tile in the shower, spacious quartzite countertops, and a steam room, this bathroom is like a little Italy found in the mountains of South Carolina.
This transitional styled master bathroom remodel was completed in September of 2016 in Leesburg, VA. Not only enlarged, the entire space was redone with tiled white marble flooring and ogee edged counter tops, paneled walls, detailed crown molding above the mirror and partitioned wall, custom chrome light fixture, faucets, cup and knob pulls, a mosaic marble centerpiece in the walk-in shower, and more. The design elements selected utilized the great amount of sunlight coming in to make the space appear brighter and naturally illuminated for a more inviting feel.
This bathroom sparkles with its subtle hints of tiffany blue and gorgeous dark wood accents. The contrast creates a beautiful aesthetic that immediately catches the eye of anyone who sees it. Previously having been a more enclosed space, this client came to us wanting a more open concept that would accommodate a recent surgery which would require a more accessible design.
My client wanted to change her typical bathroom into a rustic getaway. She loves natural wood and stone, and wanted those materials reflected in her remodel, along with her penchant for some modern/industrial touches. This bathroom was to be completely remodeled to achieve our goals. All finishes, fixtures (except the lighting) and cabinetry were replaced. We installed 4 1/2" T&G pine flooring and had the same material beveled to use as wainscot along the bathroom walls. Walnut Ledgestone installed on the vanity wall completes our mission of bringing a natural and rustic feel to the overall atmosphere of the bathroom. Modern lighting and industrial styled plumbing fixtures were the finishing touches in achieving the complex personality we were striving for in this remodel. Photos 1 and 2 are after pictures of the bathroom, focusing on the new tub, vanity, and vanity wall. Photos 3 and 4 are the before photos of the same after shots.
Step through the crisp, white-painted barn doors into this spacious and luxurious retreat of a bathroom that merges the traditional Farmhouse type with a modern twist, softly lit through the large crystal-clear windows by day and the over-sized lantern by night. The freestanding tub steals the show in the center of the room below a cathedral ceiling alcove. Bringing back the visual fashion of the old farmhouse telephones, an attractive, arched faucet and a cradled hand-held wand, both in Oil-Rubbed Bronze, sits to the back of the tub, easily accessible. A chunky, crisply painted white Mantle attached to the stone wall behind the tub provides a resting place for soap, candles and a glass of wine while luxuriating in the tub at the end of a long day. Framing the tub sits matching white painted 54" vanities with plenty of storage, furniture legs, single-handle Oil-rubbed Bronze faucets, Marble Countertops, and undermount white sink bowls. The trim behind the vanities is stepped out to provide a shelf just deep enough to hold your morning cup of steaming coffee. Mounted on the Board and Batten trim above each vanity is a large round mirror with iron trim details, complimented with twin, contemporary Oil Rubbed Bronze sconces. The walls are painted with Sherwin Williams Anew Grey paint while the Luxury Vinyl gray Tile brings comfort underfoot. As you walk in, a large walk-in, a frameless glass shower awaits, including 12x24 wall tile and coordinating 2x2 tiles on the shower floor, all in soft shades of gray. It boasts a rain shower head and hand held wand in Oil Rubbed Bronze. On the other side of the bathroom is a gateway to the enormous Walk-in Closet. This The bathroom is Luxurious yet comfortable, blending historical and contemporary touches with all the modern conveniences. It welcomes you home and invites you to come in, relax and escape from your day.
Cabinets Extraordinaire was contracted as a design-build firm to work along side the client to create a unique, one of a kind master bathroom retreat. The goal was to create a zen-like feel incorporating a Japanese style soaking tub as well as a his and hers shower, vanity area, and plenty of additional storage. The client wanted a design that was simplistic yet still expressed the style and beauty you would expect to find in one of Sarasota's premier downtown condos. The main challenge was creating a wet zone (tub/shower) area utilizing the grand space without being able to move plumbing pipes in the slab or change the existing exterior windows. This was a difficult task that Cabinets Extraordinaire was excited to take on. We designed and built an elevated, multi-tier tub deck and shower area that was both user-friendly and created that WOW factor every client dreams about. Using only the finest materials and the areas highest rated technicians, Senior Designer, Jeremy Strong and Senior Project Manager, Joe Menna teamed up to not only create this beautiful masterpiece but they accomplished, as expressed by the client, "the smoothest of countless remodel projects the client has ever undertaken." Cabinets Extraordinaire has been requested to design and remodel the rest of the penthouse this fall and looks forward to once again work with the unit owner to pull off another wonderful creation.
The third-floor bath remodel in this 1914 Claude and Stark home was completed in 2010. During this remodel, the homeowners asked for a fresh and fun update that would make the bath more presentable and comfortable for their guests, but with a low impact to the environment. Because of this, we decided to recycle the existing fixtures, including a claw foot tub that was sand blasted, painted and re-glazed and push button light fixtures. The difficulty here was having to move the tub out of this third-floor bath until the tub was able to be reinstalled. The remodel also gave the homeowners an opportunity to have fun with color by utilizing different shades of green. A simple subway wall tile and hex patterned floor tile are used. Also, touches like the mirror behind the toilet to provide views of the lake when relaxing in the tub.
This downtown high-rise condo beckoned for a unique modern upgrade. The client's request was an industrial look that was bold and dramatic, so we gave him just that. We designed a custom floating integrated sink made of Dekton - an extraordinary solid surface material. This unique slab mimics the look of oxidized steel in gorgeous shades of grey, brown, rust, and black. Playing off this focal point, we added a slatted teak feature wall to provide the space with a natural and warm element. The tile was selected to imitate the look of concrete, industrial lighting was sourced, and a novel oversized showerhead complements the sleek and dynamic ambiance. The use of distinctive and raw materials gives this bathroom a one of a kind look our client is thrilled about.
This French Tudor Style remodeled home was built in 1986. Schroeder Design/Build, Inc. purchased this home and began its remodeled process in early 2017. This beautiful McLean Home boasts 6,000+ square feet with 6 bedrooms and 7 baths. The entire house from the inside was not in the best of shape and a lot of work was put into this home. We completely transformed all 7 bathrooms to include the kitchen, living space and additional rooms. The Master Bathroom in the Master Suite is a beautiful retreat with the light-colored wall making it feel more open, beautiful vanity and sink with plenty of cabinet space, transformed the tiled tub into a free standing soaking tub, renovated two large closet space, and added skylight above the large walk-in shower and gorgeous spa-like tiles.
This master bath remodel was completed in 2015. The homeowners wanted to come home to luxury after a hard day at their Vet Clinic. This bathroom features a freestanding tub, complete with large screen TV, a mini-fridge enclosed in oversized double vanity, a walk-in shower with a granite bench, a rain showerhead, additional shower heads, and a frameless glass door.
The master bathroom in this home from 1983 was in need of a full gut and remodel. We started by completely gutting the bathroom and re-framing the future walk-in shower with dual shower heads. We also framed in a privacy half wall for the soaker tub and built a water closet with pocket door. The popcorn ceiling was scraped, new canned lighting was installed along with knock down ceiling. Custom maple cabinets were built then enameled white. A lot of different tile options and patterns were used and the final product turned out amazing!
This elegant bathroom is part of our Pendleton floorplan, found in the Homes By Dickerson exclusive community of Henderson Place at Fearrington Village in Pittsboro, North Carolina. The bathroom, built for the Pendleton-a 2016 Parade of Homes Silver Winner, provides a modern spa feel with its spacious glass and tile enclosed shower, cool gray tones, and upgraded fixtures. Attached to the master bathroom is a generous closet complete with sitting area and stunning chandelier.
For Robert Criner, owner of Criner Remodeling, his tragic home fire in 2015 resulted in a modern, yet aging-friendly rebuild. Here are a few features: A shower bench with personal shower for seated use along with easy-to-operate touch screen shower control with temperature settings, a tile step, and a large ledge to sit on for easier tub access. Vanity cabinets were set at an appropriate height for each user with LED low-level lighting installed under the furniture style vanities for finding your way at night. The Kohler Veil Toilet with a motion activated lid that opens & closes, an LED light for use at night, heated seat, & bidet functions for ease of use. A steam unit was installed in the shower to warm up in the cold weather.