The Spa Who Loved Me

Remodeled Homes Tour 2020 introduction (Youtube link) To truly get a spa experience at home, you have to live with a masseuse. This bathroom provides all but the massage table – and the masseuse. The space was completely redefined by relocating the shower and modifying windows and interior walls. Finish details include composite countertops, wood…

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A Periwinkle In Time

Sometimes all a master bath upgrade needs, is changing everything except the wall color. Recessed lighted mirrors and a cluster of pendants over new stained alder vanity with quartz countertop enhanced by faux marble tile. The barrier-free shower was enlarged to use the deck of the more comfortable tub as a foot rest.

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Bubble Bath

The primary goal of this project was to brighten the bathroom with a more contemporary feel.  Budget constraints maintained the locations of all the fixtures, however clever ideas were introduced to make the space feel completely different. A larger shower with soap and shampoo ledge set up the accent bubble tile that aligined with a…

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Lakeside Master Suite

This mid 1970’s daylight rambler has been transformed to accommodate a simple lifestyle. with intentionally designed spaces. Cabinetry panels create warmth of the vertical surfaces while elements of stone, metal and glass add subtle and accessorizable personality. This bathroom was once a lower floor kitchen directly below the upper floor kitchen. Modern conveniences include heated towel…

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Bellagio Master

The design criteria involved completely updating materials and improving natural lighting without changing the layout. The owner’s physical limitations and inability to stand comfortably required the need to provide seating at her vanity and in the shower. The homeowner’s vision of a Bellagio-style bathroom includes polished marble and travertine tiles, satin nickel plumbing fixtures and…

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L-Shaped Master

The oversized L-shaped bathroom included a curved Jacuzzi tub as the monument to the space. Mirrored walls offered the illusion of a larger room, which the homeowners struggled with the idea of discarding. The location of the tub and shower were swapped to allow for an expansive shower, while still maintaining a seldom-used soaking tub…

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