Master bath remodel after. Originally there was a Roman tub at the far end of this room, and then a shower to the side. We removed the tub, expanded the vanity area and put in a nice walk-in shower.
Beautiful cabinetry with a countertop garage for miscellaneous items.
Master bath Shower. It looks gorgeous!
Master bath Shower
Notice the handy shower cubbies for soap and shampoo.
A close-up of the tile.
The block window allows privacy while letting in light.
Master bath remodel after.
Beautiful granite countertop was common throughout the house.
Guest bathroom sink and vanity.
Guest bathroom remodel after.
A little stoop is always handy. Notice the shower handle on the far wall, away from the shower itself. This is a nice little feature that allows you to get the water to the right temperature before getting in the shower.
The tile on this floor is beautiful. When the lights were on, they almost took on an irridesence, and took on the colors around them. There was an occasional sparkle in the layout. Really pretty.
Again, in the guest bathroom, the tile work continued its design as it was in the kitchen and master bathroom.
Do you get the feeling of falling water from the tile design?
The bathroom remodels were part of a whole-house remodel that TraVek recently completed in Fountain Hills. Todd tied the whole house together through common themes, and here it is noticed in the granite and tile design. See how the tile design almost gives an illusion of falling water?