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  • New Master Suite, After Several Tries, this is our finished Master Bath. Onyx tiles, enclosed with 1/2 glass, shower and soaking tub.  The wall fixtures for the shower and tub are from England. Less expensive then american fixtures.  The sinks are glass and the lighting is contemporary.  The room is always warm and inviting.  The toilet has its own sink and door for privacy.   We are not sure if we hit the mark, but we are very happy and proud of what we designed and how it turned out.  , Bathrooms Design

    New Master Suite

    9 photos, 12,645 Views, Flag

  • Glamour Girl's Bathroom, My goal was to create a glamorous new bathroom for my college age daughter by adding dramatic touches. , Bathrooms Design

    Glamour Girl's Bathr...

    7 photos, 6,445 Views, Flag

  • My oasis with a punch!, Master Bathroom recently remodeled with natural stone and ceramic on the floor. The use of onxy was a great choice but very fragile to work with.  , Bathrooms Design

    My oasis with a punch...

    13 photos, 2,904 Views, Flag

  • Over the Top Master bathroom for my Over the top Client. Spa retreat!!! , This transformation is quiet dynamic., Bathrooms Design

    Over the Top Master b...

    6 photos, 4,616 Views, Flag

  • Spa Bath, We remodeled our boring "basic builder" bath this year w/heated floors mosaic tiles 24 X 24 floor to ceiling tiles modern vanities and a frameless shower, Bathrooms Design

    Spa Bath

    5 photos, 7,969 Views, Flag

  • Ahhh! Relaxation, We recently did an entire gut and redo on the down stairs of our home. We built it 11 years ago. It was nice before, but now it is so very Ahhhh!  This is the master bath. The glass block and the 65 gallon tub are original to the space. Everything else is new. We relocated one of the sinks, as the space it was in originally was very awkward. I kept some of the same features, (the shelf unit) because I always liked it and it brings height to the wall area. All of the accessories are the same ones from the original space, they just look better in this warm new space. The texture on the wall is a custom one that I designed. It is flat with pits in it to add depth and texture. The tiles on the floor and on the walls of the shower are 18x30 Italian travertine, very thick and extremely heavy. The accent tile on the tub surround and shower accent are Oceanside glass and slate, Geologies collection, High Desert iridescent with iridescent bars. The floor of the shower is a river rock. I added it with a wave pattern instead of straight across to give the illusion of entering the water as a beach does; in fact I took out the step down and added a beach style entrance into the shower. The river rock is from a tile manufacturer. It is on a mesh backing, however, it is not in a square. It is random patterned pieces, like putting together the pieces of a puzzle. That keeps the rock looking natural and not in squares. The shower is outfitted with a 15" rain shower, a 13' rain shower and a hand held body spray with a pulsing mode. The counter tops are travertine and the plumbing fixtures are Moen. I chose brushed nickel over oil rubbed bronze to keep the space fresh and slightly modern. The cabinet pulls are on order and should be in soon. We live in Texas, where the summer temperature can hover at or above, 100 degrees. With blow dryers, warm water, etc a cieling fan becomes a must., Bathrooms Design

    Ahhh! Relaxation

    7 photos, 9,121 Views, Flag

  • Master Bath, did it myself tile. budget upgrade in 1984 mobile home., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath

    3 photos, 10,093 Views, Flag

  • Husband's labor of love, Completely gutted old bath . Husband did it ALL. Spa like feel. very open and warm feeling. Travertine counterops, mosaic tile mirrors, HUGE shower, hot soak tub. LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!, Bathrooms Design

    Husband's labor of lov...

    6 photos, 23,717 Views, Flag

  • Sharon's Divine Bathroom Design, Master Bathroom designed with Kohler products, Bathrooms Design

    Sharon's Divine Bathr...

    17 photos, 37,410 Views, Flag

  • My ZenSpa, With the use of consistent material and only changing up the size variation of the tile we achieved a very Zen-like Spa atmosphere. The large mirror over the vanity only adds to the spaciousness. So far I haven't been in another bathroom I like better than mine!! It's truly my favorite room in the house., Bathrooms Design

    My ZenSpa

    3 photos, 8,343 Views, Flag

  • diy tufted headboard with silver frame, diy tufted headboard with silver wood frame for teen bedroom, Bedrooms Design

    diy tufted headboard w...

    3 photos, 34,010 Views, Flag

  • Bright Victorian Parlor, This was the only Victorian room we saved in our house.  If you open those 
original pocket doors then it goes from a formal dining room all the way to the family room with no walls --like NYC loft living, Living Rooms Design

    Bright Victorian Parl...

    5 photos, 1,479 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Bath, Cottage bath, Bathrooms Design

    Cottage Bath

    12 photos, 18,890 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Master Suite with Open Bathroom, Set within the eaves of a front-gable Victorian cottage, this master suite has an open bedroom/bathroom concept, complete with a Japanese soaking tub., Bedrooms Design

    Cottage Master Suite ...

    9 photos, 53,339 Views, Flag

  • Historic Bath With a Modern Twist, 2nd story bath in an 1889  farmhouse.  Removed vinyl flooring, fake marble, and a plastic tub insert and replaced with materials that that paid homage to the home's history (carrera marble, basketweave floor, subway tiles)., Bathrooms Design

    Historic Bath With a ...

    15 photos, 16,112 Views, Flag

  • Glass Tile Baseboard, We just remodeled our 28 yr. old bathroom.  To keep the cost down we stripped and refinished the original vanity cabinets.  New granite countertop and sink were added.  Removed a wall between the vanity and toilet to open the room up and make it appear larger.  Our favorite part is the glass tile baseboard along the wall.  It really stands out!!!, Bathrooms Design

    Glass Tile Baseboard

    6 photos, 6,455 Views, Flag

  • Onyx & Glass Guest Bathroom , This is a guest bathroom- we decided to give each bathroom a different look and "personality".  In this bathroom we used an onyx theme from the hand carved sink to the the accents on the shower wall.   The vessel sink is supported by a "beehive" carved wood pedestal with a clear glass top.  We modified the chandelier by adding the crystals and changing the shape.  The mirror shape complements the shape of the glass, Bathrooms Design

    Onyx & Glass Guest Ba...

    8 photos, 3,195 Views, Flag

  • Decorate with Starch, This was a typical 80's bathroom, with gold formica top, gold and brown vinyl, 
and builder grade old vanity.   I redecorated it for under $700, including replacing the vanity, sink and faucet., Bathrooms Design

    Decorate with Starch

    2 photos, 25,288 Views, Flag

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