We are so proud of this bathroom. We were handed a photo and told to recreate it, and normally that is concerning, but I can’t tell you how close they are!!
Before the water damage, this bathroom was barely accessible. As the only bathroom in the house, it was compact and uncomfortable. This is the only view since the upgrade where you can still see how tight the squeeze was. The sink extends out past the door frame and into the walkway, but now this space feels organized and open, and with the closet vanity addition, no storage space was compromised!
The Roth’s new guest bath is light, bright and beautiful. The unique glass tile decorative touches in the bath tile make the space feel bigger and elegant.
A beautiful luxury shower in Ponte Vedra Beach. An old garden tub was removed, and a new gorgeous shower was born, complete with dual shower heads, a shower bench seat, a hand-held wand, body spray jets and frameless shower glass. This is a shower fit for a king, but designed for the queen.
The Carr’s old bathroom was dingy, ugly and grimy. The mildew and water damage was obvious through the bulging and discolored grout lines. Water damage was extensive behind the tile, but the new shower is water tight and BEAUTIFUL! The new shower has a rainfall shower head, a hand held wand and two shower bench seats. Luxurious isn’t the half of it!
The old bathroom was dark and dingy. The new bathroom is bright, light and inviting. The soffit was removed, the cabinet was replaced and the new countertops are BEAUTIFUL!
The McKeans were ready to update their pool bath and chose a slab of Cambria Bellingham Quartz to be the countertop and White Volakas Marble for the shower tile. Wood-Look porcelain tile floors, along with white shaker cabinets completed the design and leaves their new bathroom looking stunning!