We transformed this traditional tub / shower into a beautiful contemporary walk-in shower with White Carrera tile and top quality shower hardware with large rainshower head and double wall shower fittings.
This 1990’s master suite was completely gutted and we constructed a stunning integrated modern shower with attached Kohler undermount tub. The granite slab top is a work of art and the owner is completely thrilled !!
We removed the tub and shower (and wallpaper !!) from this 90’s master bathroom. The final result is breathtaking – a massive walk-in shower with massage shower panel and amazing gray & white glass tile. Note the river pebble base. Awesome.
OK … so there’s no “before” photo with this (although it was an 80’s brass shower and acrylic corner tub). We constructed this magnificent walk-in shower above which features a custom pebble base, travertine walls and pebble accents. The ceiling is a dark walnut with polyurethane coating for moisture protection. We also refinished the vanities in ‘special walnut’ and installed a new granite top and sinks.On the right photo you can see the two bodyshower systems in brushed steel, and recesses for soap products etc. Love the octagonal window! You’ll like the semicircular concrete seat which has a granite top to match the vanity, and matching pebble cladding. The fixed glass panel is approx 4’W x 8’H and is 3/8″ safety glass. All I can say is ….. WOW !!!!
this 1980’s funky bathroom with sunken tub (deathtrap) was completely gutted and rebuilt from the ground up, literally. We filled in the sunken tub and constructed a beautiful walk-in shower with ‘zero threshold’. You can see part of the new vanities in the reflection of the frameless closet mirror doors. Truly a wonderful and peaceful retreat for the owner. Probably in our top 3 bathrooms.
The customer had already done some demolition (not a good idea) when we started this job. We had to re-route a large quantity of plumbing, sewer lines, electrical etc. However, the final result is breathtaking 🙂
We demolished this entire 70’s master suite, rebuilt and expanded the WC and closet, built a very large custom shower and installed a new drop-in jet-tub. The floor and walls are 12×24 Tuscan Ivory travertine tile. Simple but elegant. A truly timeless look.
This colorful 1970’s bathroom was given a complete makeover – new maple vanity cabinets with granite counter, new drop-in cast iron tub with matching maple side accent, travertine walls and floor (mirror was not yet installed). Very elegant look and great work from our talented crew.
we took this 1970’s bathroom with corner tub and transformed it into an elegant master suite for the 21st century ! The new corner shower is 8′ x 8′ with double bodyshower systems, travertine walls with Dark Emperador accents, and a stunning walnut ceiling with sealed LED lights. I believe this may be our finest bathroom yet! I know the owner thinks so 🙂
The original shower suffered from major termite damage and we basically replaced all the bad studs on that wall. The new shower features
Delta chrome hardware with two rainshower heads, and 12×24 porcelain tiled walls. Note the stunning wood ceiling with LED lights !!
A 1980’s bathroom in Addison TX was brought into the 21st century …. by filling in the old sunken tile tub (which leaked badly). We created a 6′ x 8′ walk-in shower with no threshold, complete with 2 bodyshower systems, a stunning wood ceiling with LED lights, and gorgeous travertine walls with ‘Dark Emperador’ accents. The vanity was replaced with an elegant furniture style unit with two sinks. Note, we also built a new enclosed WC and moved the toilet approx 9′ from its original location.
We loved transforming this stereotypical 80’s bland master bathroom into a dramatic contemporary masterpiece, featuring a drop-in Jacuzzi tub and larger custom shower with 12×24 ‘Anthracite’ color porcelain tile with white glass subway accents. Note the awesome bodyshower system, and also the gorgeous double ‘Espresso’ vanities with ‘White River’ custom granite and brushed nickel waterfall-style faucets.
I promise you … this is the same camera angle !! We demolished the wall and vanity, then constructed a fabulous walk-in shower with pebble base, 12×24 gray porcelain tile and a hi-tech bodyshower system with large rainshower head and 8 dual function jets ! Note the clean white opaque glass wall accents.
We completely gutted this 1980’s bathroom, and removed a cumbersome dividing wall and door which completely opened up the bathroom. The old tub and shower were removed, and a custom walk-in shower constructed. Beautiful ‘rain glass’ finishes this off. The floor is porcelain hardwood-style tile, and the vanities were refinished in dark hickory color with a ‘Giallo Ornamental’ granite top added. Luxury !!
One of our very favorite master bathroom remodels involved demolishing this entire 80’s builder’s grade setup, and constructing from scratch a stunning walk-in shower in ‘Portofino’ 18×18 travertine with ‘Tuscan Storm’ contrasting 9×9 tile and ‘Dark Emperador’ marble as an inset panel. Fabulous ‘Espresso’ wood vanities and granite counters complete this thoroughly 21st Century makeover any owner would love to show off !!
Lovely green master bathroom was transformed by building a new large walk-in shower and lots of travertine and glass. We kept the corner tub, updating it with new oil rubbed bronze faucet hardware and tiling the sides and backsplashes with matching travertine.
We recently remodeled this master bathroom bringing it firmly from the 60’s into the 21st century! We removed the tub and demolished everything back to the studs, including ‘stealing’ about 2 feet from an adjoining closet in the next room to give more space. A large custom walk-in shower was constructed and the walls and floor clad in Crema Marfil and Dark Emperador tile with stone accents. Finally, a new custom vanity and built-in were installed. Note we even had to move the toilet drain about 6’ to the other side of the bathroom! Truly a stunning remodel of which the owners are very proud!
In this 80’s master bathroom, the existing cultured marble tub was removed and the floor was then tiled with 18×18 Tuscan Walnut travertine. We installed new 48″H wainscoting around the tub and rest of bathroom. The new 60″ pedestal tub is cast iron with exposed oil rubbed bronze plumbing fixtures and ‘telephone handset’ shower. Finally, we removed all the wallpaper and finished the walls with a smooth “gallery finish” texture and light cream color.
Here’s a fun remodel to a 1970’s master bathroom … we demolished the old white tiled shower and base, and removed the classic marble tub and backsplashes. The new custom shower is much larger with a bodyshower system, seat, and glass accents. The new drop-in jet tub resides in a custom travertine plinth with smoothed edges for simplicity and elegance. Truly a magical transformation !!
This ‘Uptown’ condo master bathroom shower was slightly enlarged by opening up the wall and raising the doorway to full ceiling height. We constructed a new custom concrete base with 2×2 gray porcelain mosaic tiles. We installed 12″x24″ rectified gray porcelain tiles with white mosaic glass accents on the walls. A stunning bodyshower system was added, and finally we installed a new 3/8″ frameless glass enclosure. Matching gray porcelain tiles were installed on the floor with a very light gray grout.
One of my favorite bathroom remodels … cultured marble 60’s tub was replaced with a drop-in Jacuzzi and modern brushed nickel Roman Tub Faucet with separate flexible handshower. Note the stunning mosaic tile border surrounding the glass block window. A travertine tile floor was installed which extends to the tub plinth side.
Unbelievably, this 1980’s master bathroom started out with a corner shower and 2 white vanities as shown in left picture … We gutted the entire bathroom and created a double walk-in shower with fixed frameless glass, and a black river pebble base and wall accents. The shower walls are Travertine tile, as well as the new tub plinth and bathroom floor. Note the two fabulous bodyshower systems !! (I promise you this is the same camera angle before and after !! )