This project started as your typical 8' x 5' bathroom, but was completely re-designed and transformed into a spacious room with a corner jet tub, separate shower, granite counter top, larger window, and second entrance for access to a new deck and hot tub in the back yard. This project involved using space from one of the bedrooms to enlarge the bathroom, add a walk in closet to the master bedroom, and extra hallway for dual rear deck access. The bathroom was completed using two colour tones of tile, including heated floors with digital thermostat.
This bathroom renovation required a complete gut. All fixtures and accessories were replaced, including a new custom vanity complete with granite countertop and undermount sink. Grab bars were also installed to aid with accessibility issues.
This large basement bathroom development required opening the concrete to rough-in a new drain system. What started out looking very rough indeed turned out to be a beautiful spa like retreat.
This bathroom renovation involved a complete demolition and mold remediation, followed by replacement of sub-flooring before installing all new fixtures, accessories, water-proofing, and ceramic tile.
This 100 square foot ensuite bathroom renovation required complete demolition, including the removal of a raised platform floor. Plumbing rough-ins were re-configured to convert from a corner jet tub to an alcove soaker tub. Features include a rain shower head, tiled niche, recessed LED pot lights, and full corner to corner wall tile.
This Bathroom was constructed as part of a new basement development in Hampton Village. Features include a deep soaker tub and custom open shelving beside the vanity.
This Bathroom renovation required a complete overhaul, converting from a dark corner shower to a bright luxurious bathing experience. A new "Jack and Jill" style design with dual entrances required tearing down a couple walls, which also allowed for a linen closet inside the bathroom. Features also include wall jets with a rain shower head, a tiled niche for storage, double sinks resting on a floating vanity, and gorgeous accent tiles throughout. A large walk-in closet was also added to the bathroom.
This bathroom development was completed as part of a new basement development in Stonebridge. Features include a custom vanity with granite counter-top, two tone ceramic tile, and in-floor electric heat complete with a programmable digital thermostat.
This basement bathroom development was completed as part of a full basement development in Willowgrove. Features include a custom vanity with granite counter top, and recessed pot light in shower.
This Bathroom development was completed using commercial 'barrier free' design principles for a customer in a wheel chair. Features include a large custom shower with wheel chair ramp, enlarged man door, grab bars in shower and around toilet, and lowered sink and electrical outlets and switches.
This bathroom renovation required removal of an old dilapidated PVC shower and replacing it with a custom tiled Schluter shower kit. New fixtures, tile, paint, and a hanging light fixture were also replaced.
This Basement bathroom development was completed with two niche shelves in the shower. A matching tiled backsplash was also installed around sink.
This bathroom renovation involved gutting all of the existing fixtures, cabinets, and flooring. A new custom glass tiled shower, new cabinets with granite counter tops, new faucets, fixtures, accessories, flooring and paint were installed.
This bathroom renovation involved removing an old corner jet tub and shower and replacing it with a custom shower base with open concept to a five foot alcove jet tub.
This bathroom involved removing a custom sized tub and re-framing, ultimately replacing with a standard 60" tub. LVT (luxury vinyl tile) was installed on the floor, with ceramic tile used for the tub surround. A custom cabinet was built to accommodate the existing radiator. Tiled wall niche kit was also installed for storage.
This apartment style condo bathroom renovation required complete demolition, including removal of concrete to allow for new drain systems added for a new washer and dryer.
This bathroom renovation features a custom full height linen cabinet which also houses a pull-out hamper. Four recessed LED pot lights were installed, which also allowed for a custom full height mirror.
This basement bathroom development required tearing out a portion of an existing basement development, opening the concrete, and roughing in new drain systems and water lines. This bathroom was finished using a 60" acrylic shower base with two-tone tile.
This bathroom renovation involved removing an old leaking shower and corner jet tub, and replacing them with a stand alone tub and new custom tiled shower. A very bright and relaxing space, the project was completed with white tiled backsplash half way up the wall.
This master bathroom renovation required removal of an old leaky shower and corner tub, replacing them with modern updated fixtures. The shower was re-configured including proper water-proofing and custom shower glass. A new custom vanity was constructed and installed to match existing wood tones. A new granite counter top was installed, including dual sinks.
This bathroom renovation was a complete gut down to studs. A custom jet tub was installed with tiled skirt and tub surround. An intricate shower system was installed including 2 isolated shower heads and telephone shower. New ceiling exhaust was installed, along with new flooring, cabinets, paint, fixtures, and accessories.
This Bathroom development required digging up the concrete foundation to access plumbing rough-ins. Features include a thermostatic control valve complete with rain shower head and telephone shower wand.
This bathroom renovation involved a complete gut and re-installation of all new fixtures, tile and accessories.
This basement bathroom development was a very unique project. A custom five foot shower was constructed complete with rain shower, telephone shower, separate wall controls, and in-set tiled niches. Four different tones of tile were used, along with contrasting paint colors to create a truly original look. The sink area was complete with glowing undermount lights which accented custom cabinets and counter-tops including a full floor to ceiling wall vanity. A combination of recessed pot lights, hanging light fixtures, and undermount lighting were used to further accent the bathroom.
This bathroom renovation involved tearing down a wall and ultimately combining two smaller bathrooms into one much larger bathroom. The new bathroom was completed to be wheelchair friendly, including a custom six foot shower with a wheelchair ramp and collapsable wheelchair water dam. Other features include a roll under sink / counter top, lowered light switches and outlets, an enlarged out-swinging man door, and several grab bars throughout bathroom.
This basement bathroom renovation was a complete gut and ultimately a brand new bathroom development. Layout was kept the same, but otherwise every element was replaced and upgraded. Features a deep soaker tub.