Character, Charm, Elegance, Detail & Intricacy Define a World that is All but Not Forgotten. A Furniture Style Vanity and Stand Alone Apothecary Cabinet Make this Space True to the Quality of History. Trademark Subway Tile Offsetting the Hand-laid Hexagonal Floor Add Notions of Time and Effort Spent into the Building of the Space. Wall Sconces Framing in the Decorative Mirror (Hung After Photo) Bring this Bathroom in Close for a Personal and Elegant Touch. Extra Moldings such as a Horizontal Chair Rail Mounted 42" High Draw your Eye Around the Room. And while you're Glancing, Notice how Authentic Period Décor can Truly Bring Yourself into the Wonder of Yester Year.
This Master Bath Remodel was Designed to Accommodate for Wheel Chair Accessibility in the Shower, at the Commode and Even at the Vanities. Loaded with Elegant Detail Throughout, and a Shower that is 2nd to None. These Customers Chose Classy, Bold Colors to Add a Level of Quality to the Already Rich Nature of the Room. A True Roll in Shower Pan with Only a Slight Lip to Keep the Water in Provides One of the Focal Points of the Room. Large, Polished Tile at the Shower Walls Makes for an Easy to Clean and Photogenic Shower which is Surrounded by 3/8" Frameless Glass. The Long, Linear Cabinetry Begins and Ends with Countertop Linen Cabinets for Additional Storage. Down Below Drawer Bases Serve as the Primary Storage with the Cabinet Doors Folding Out for Wheel Chair Accessibility. An Elegant Chandelier Acts as the Centerpiece for the Room While a Beautiful Claw Foot Tub and Stand Alone Linen Cabinet Provide a Highlight on the Sideline, Making this Truly a Diverse Space Aimed at Satisfying All.
This home lacked a tub needed for a couple new arrivals. The goal with this on suite bath was to turn it into something that was highly funtional while maintaining a level of vintage charm. By removing the existing enclosed 3′ x 3′ walk in shower, we were able to give the homeowners a standard tub while adding a tall custom linen cabinet and relocating the commode for safer use. Subway and Hexogonal black and white tile bring character and a classic style to the existing vanity and countertop.
This master bath started out as a plain, builders grade space, where the homeowner’s personalities and taste didn’t have a place. By removing the thermafoil cabinetry and replacing them with Bertch Marketplace paint grade vanities, we were able to customize them to the homeowner’s choice of color. We also removed a small 3′ x 3′ walk in shower and increased the size, while mitering the angled entrance to gain more space inside the shower. With a custom towel storage box next to the shower, it also doubles as a small dressing bench. Bold gray tile with a colorful blue pearl granite and bold sink fixtures make this master bath a truly relaxing space.
This was a simple hall bath remodel in which we installed a new tub with new shower valve. A new vanity cabinet with granite top and under mount sinks. New porcelain tile floor and shower walls and paint and texture.
Often Times it is Years After Someone Moves into a Home Before they May have the Opportunity to Customize it the Way they Would Prefer. That was the Case here where these Homeowners had Lived with it as Long as Possible and were Finally Ready to Get the Master Shower they Deserved. Through Careful Design & Planning, We were able to Increase the Footprint of the Shower by Mitering the Angled Entrance, and Maintaining the Open Feeling in the Bathroom. This Gave us the Necessary Room to Add a Shower Bench with Granite Top without Making the Shower Feel Tight. The Homeowners also Wanted the Look of a Stained Cabinet while not Incurring the Cost of a New Vanity. We Repainted the Vanity to Look More like a Wood Cabinet and Matched Two Individual Framed Mirrors. A New Larger Tile Floor Made the Room Feel Large and was Less Maintenance with Fewer Grout Lines. Add a Full Repaint and Voila! A Relaxing Master Bath that will Carry them Through Future Decades.
This project was a complete master bath, mater closet and master bedroom remodel. We completly relocated the master closets closer to the master bath and by moving the closets, we were able to add a french door and windows overlooking the patio and back yard. We also had to remove the existing concrete slab that th original bathroom sat on and pour a new foundation. we relocate all the drain lines, re-plumbed the entire home and added 2 tankless water heaters. This project had many custom cabinets, vanity and built-ins. Everything in this project was special order and top of the line.
Want a Bigger Shower but Don't want to Sacrifice your Master Tub? No Problem! Sometimes Rearranging the Orientation of the Fixtures can Allow You to do Just that. Here we were able to Convert a Small 3 x 3 Shower into a Much Larger, More Intriguing Work of Art. A Hand-Laid Double Decorative Band Makes its Way from the Tub and Wraps All Throughout the Shower. A Custom All in One Tub Deck Runs Smoothly into the Master Shower, Doubling as the Solid Bench Top. This Also Provided Us the Opportunity to Create a Spa Like Cavity In-between for Rolled Towel Storage. Add a Little Flare to an Otherwise Long, Plain Surface by Stepping the Vanity Segments inward, and Downward. In a Few Weeks We Converted a Blank Slate into a Warm Haven!
This bathroom was completely gutted down to the studs. We were able to enlarge the shower by using an adjacent hallway closet. We moved all electrical and plumbing as needed for new bathroom layout. We installed custom cabinetry, granite counter, seat and shelves, 3/8″ frameless shower door system, dual wall mount shower heads and one ceiling mount shower head. We also installed all Porcelain floor and wall tile.
This kitchen was part of a room addition and kitchen remodel combination. We opened up the existing breakfast room to access the new home office and a new game room was thru the office. We installed multi-leveled Bertch Cabinetry to the 9 foot ceiling with Granite Counters, stone back splash and Stainless Appliances. We also install a Laminate floor to match the rest of the home.
This Master Bath Remodel was Designed to Accommodate a Wheel Chair in the Shower and Commode Areas. We Removed the Existing Tub which Hadn't been Used in Ages and Made Way for a Better Use of Space. The Footprint of the Tub was Used to Accommodate a Larger and Wider Shower as well as a Larger width for the Commode. The Ramp into the Shower is Finished with the Same Floor Tile and is a Subtle Feature that Works Every Time. Gorgeous Stained Cabinetry Custom Built by Everhart was Designed Symmetrically to Account for a Proper Display of Balance. The Cabinetry had to be Functional and Attractive, Per Every Homeowner's Desires. This Homeowner Brilliantly Wanted Us to Line the Exterior Wall of the Shower with a Mixed Blue Tone- Stacked Stone Like Tile that Added the Right Blast of Soothing Nature Lit Against the Double French Doors. All of the Necessary Plumbing Fixtures for an Aided Shower are Present Including the Necessary Finished Matched Grab Bars. Not a bad way to Start or Finish off the Day in this Spa Like Environment!
This was a simple hall bath remodel in which we kept the existing tub, vanity cabinet and commode. We enlarged the existing shower considerably, install new shower valve and drain lines. We install new granite counter top, new shower door unit, new sink and faucet. We install all porcelain tile on the bathroom floor, tub and shower walls. we also removed the wall paper and textured and painted the walls.
This shower remodel posed the challenge that is quite frequent in renovation: How do I achieve the functional space I need, while obtaining the elegant space I desire? This master shower ADA conversion took outside the box, a step further. Whether you are looking for a simple facelift, or a completely unique design that no one else can share, we are the ones for the job.