<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=234344037486801&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Accents Go Front and Center

Not wanting to clutter the shower with shampoo bottle and body wash, our clients didn't want a shower niche front and center the way it is often done. They also loved the tile they selected for both the showers and wanted to ensure that it stood out immediately. As a result, our designer put a smaller niche in the hall bath along the shower head well in the same subway tile as the rest of the shower so it seamlessly blended in. 

Similarly, the clients hated shower curtains not only because it made the space feel truncated, but because they hide the clean, simple beauty of the shower's tile. For this reason, they upgraded to have a glass door installed in one, and a knee wall enclosure for the other. 

What Will Your Bathroom Cost to Remodel?

Find Out

The Hall Bathroom

Before: The shower was covered in bubble gum pink tile, a shade brighter than the dull pink tile found on the floor. The cabinets showed signs of wear and tear, and lacked  storage access.  The bathtub shower combo was hidden by a shower curtain.

After: A shelving tower is added, along with the other quality cabinets of the vanity.  A faux wood floor-tile helps subtly tie the room together. The bathtub-shower combo is enclosed with a sliding glass door. 

The Master Bathroom

Before: A vintage, blue floral wallpaper covers every inch of drywall, interrupted only by a sky blue tile in the shower. The shower was enclosed by a rain glass door, accompanied by a worn shower pan. The vanity is a light wood, that appears very dated. The faucet is clunky and grimy after years of use. 

After: All traces of wallpaper are removed and replaced by drywall. The shower is left open, partially enclosed by a knee wall covered in a textured gray tile continuing from the shower cavity. The shower head is now a rain shower head. The shower floor is covered in an intricate basket weave tile.  The vanity has been replaced with a clean, contemporary piece. The sink faucet is now sleek and stylish. 

Products Used

Hall Bath Cabinetry: Kemper Maple in Moonstone

Hall Bath Shower Door: Cambridge Two Door Bypass 

Hall Bath Toilet: Kohler

Hall Bath Sink: Lacava Piazza Undermount

Hall Bath Faucet: Moen Brantford 

Hall Bath Accent Tile: Ashbury Cobalt

Master Toilet: Kohler

Master Sink: Caxton by Kohler

Master Sink Faucet: Gibson by Moen

Master Shower Faucet: Euphoria Shower System by Grohe

Master Bath Cabinetry: Sorrento Maple in Slate with Carmel Light Brush Glaze

Master Bath Shower Floor: Carrara Basket Weave

Master Bath Wall Tile: Marlow 3/12 Smoke

Flooring: Apollo Gray Tile


Learn More About Our Products and Partners

Schedule a Complimentary
Design Consultation

Call Us at(847) 541-4848
Tell Us AboutYour Project