Exquisite Master Bath
When a water leak damaged our client’s master bathroom, they knew they didn’t want to just repair the damage but update the space. We started with a clean slate after removing the tub, shower, vanity, toilet, walls, the lighting, and even the subflooring before creating their luxury bathroom. The bathroom features a large shower with a seat and four niches created with polished marble tile and Calcutta quartz accents and a frameless glass door with shower guard glass protection. We opened up the space to make room for the new comfort height toilet and a large linen cabinet. We installed beautiful marble tile flooring in a herringbone pattern. We went with the finer touches such as soft close for the vanity and linen cabinet doors and drawers and even an upgrade soft close toilet seat. The existing entry door was replaced with a stained black pocket door. And, of course, it also has to have soft open and close features. The smoky grey Shaker style cabinets are complimented by a beautifully veined Calcutta Quartz countertop complete with undermount porcelain dual sinks. The new large vanity mirror topped with new vanity lighting and the crystal chandelier hanging from a ceiling medallion completes this exquisite bathroom.
Here is what our client had to say…
When our master bathroom on the second floor flooded, we decided to remodel since it was over 20 years old and very dated. We called many contractors who never returned our calls, and then got George and Gretchen’s info from someone in our neighborhood. We called on a Saturday and George picked up the phone! He even came over the following day, which was Easter Sunday, to assess the damage. That customer service was over and above what we had expected, and we knew they were the contractors we wanted.
George and Gretchen have an enormous depth of knowledge and experience in the construction business but are down to earth people who are extremely detail oriented. We had never done any type of remodeling before and were nervous. However, we didn’t need to be. They provided everything for us including a design architect, appointments with vendors to pick out materials and ideas in how to handle issues that arose when our old floors and walls were opened up. Gretchen was a life-saver in helping us pick out items that fit within our “look” and providing suggestions on what might look best. George and Gretchen demand quality from all the vendors/subcontractors they use; they absolutely will not settle for less. This is exactly what you want in a great contractor. The end result is a master bathroom that is even more beautiful that we could have expected! We would recommend them for any building or remodeling.