A master bathroom which had a huge built in tub in the center of the bathroom, needed a complete remodel. Our goal was to create more space, better function a flow through out the room. We start by designing and planning the bathroom renovation, drawing up the existing floor plan and the proposed
Considering a bathroom reno in your future? We are in the process of updating ours with wood beams, quartz counters and pops of graphic tile and texture. I’m sharing tips and tricks we learned along the way. I hope they help you take on your next project!
A collection for all seasons. Soft and airy, this collection creates a casual yet luxe feel for any bedroom. The linen blends used in this collection deliver the signature breathability, textural allure, and comfort of linen, with the wrinkle-free easy care that only a blend can achieve.
I think I finally have my tile selections figured out for the master bathroom. I had a bit of a challenge picking out a tile for the shower floor because this floor is a bit different from most. Most shower floors are level around the edges and slope towards a center drain. But since we needed a curbless shower with no transition from the bathroom floor to the shower floor, here’s how we had to do it… The floor straight ahead from the shower entrance will all be level with the bathroom…