#tierrasantaproject Master Bath Remodel
I am beyond excited to bring to you our latest renovation - #tierrasantaproject master bathroom remodel. I am over the moon with the results, and even happier that my awesome clients feel the same way, and they now have the most gorgeous and stylish bathroom. Keep reading and enjoy the images below, and do scroll all the way to the bottom because only when you see the before images will you realize what a true transformation this is.
Loving the pivot mirrors and cylinder vanity lights in a brushed nickel finish.
The back wall is tiled in a flat porcelain white subway tile (herringbone pattern), floor to ceiling, and the side walls are tiled (stacked) floor to ceiling in a 12x24 flat porcelain white tile. Not visible in these images is the awesome ceiling that slopes way up towards the bathroom entrance.
And how about the sliding glass shower door (with hanging rails) that opens from either side, isn't is outstanding?
We always include a big recess/niche in every shower we do, to our clients specifications with some guidance from us. Little things like this make the biggest difference. Once the job is complete, if your shampoo bottle doesn't fit, you're in trouble and not very happy about it!
Not 1, but 3 shower heads and guess what? Our client requested that they all work at the same time and my awesome contractor made it happen! How cool is that?
A little bench seat in the corner of the shower, a staple in most of the showers we do.
And now showcasing these gorgeous concrete sinks handcrafted in NativeStone, an innovative, remarkably strong blend of cement and jute fiber that is surprisingly lightweight for concrete, extraordinarily heavy-duty in the bathroom, and refreshingly easy when it comes to cleaning. This sink is totally adaptable and can be Installed as an apron-front sink, under mount sink or vessel sink, pretty amazing right?
Loving this freestanding soaking bath tub which provides style and value to any bathroom space. The clean lines and minimalist profile make a statement without sacrificing practical comfort.
AND NOW for the BEFORE images, look below ...........
We gave our clients the clean line minimalist look they were after. We removed the awful soffit, shortened the vanity (keeping it double) to accommodate the free standing bath tub, and gave them a separate shower. We added ceiling lights in additional to the new wall sconces. The rest is obvious from the images.