Bathroom Remodels

Colorful Modern Master Bath

  • To update this bathroom we took out the tub, tore down the wallpaper, and ripped up the old carpet. We laid new 12x24 tile on new heated floors, painted the walls, and replaced the tub with an acrylic drop in with a solid surface tub deck. We topped the vanities with matching solid surface to tie the look together. In the shower, we replaced the pink cultured marble panels with an elegant tile shower that matches the floor in the rest of the bathroom. Lastly, we replaced the outdated wall to wall mirrors with classier framed mirrors, making this bathroom fun, colorful and modern.

Walk Through Shower

  • This ensuite master in Cordova was originally two separate, and complete, his and her bathrooms. We decided to knock out the closet that sat between the two rooms, and installed a walk through shower with glass doors on either side to connect the two rooms creating one large and more functional space. We replaced carpet with tile, installed new cabinets with clean white cultured marble countertops and integrated sinks, replaced wall to wall mirrors with framed mirrors that match the vanities and finished the look with a new coat of neutral beige paint. The final result is a classy neutral look that can be dressed up with any pop of color for defined personality.

Light & Airy Master Bathroom

  • In this bathroom, a neutral color scheme in light beiges and creams create a relaxing, spa like environment. We installed a white modified shaker double vanity with creamy solid surface acrylic countertops that further lend the space to a light and airy feeling. We replaced the large arched mirror with two matching framed mirrors and the shower in the same solid surface as the countertop. The light beige porcelain tile flows up the tub deck creating a seamless transition to the rectangular acrylic tub.

Modern Contemporary Master Bath

  • Blue and pink striped, floral wall paper adorned this master bathroom in Collierville. Along with the wallpaper, its mismatched cultured marble, multi-surfaced floor and wall to wall mirrors had to go. We replaced the floor, tub deck and shower with a handsome gray porcelain tile, and added a contrasting white shaker double vanity with linen storage and a solid surface modified acrylic countertop made to mimic the look of real Carrara marble. Changing the frosted glass, gold framed door to a frameless glass door opened up the space, and a fresh coat of white paint polished off this high contrast, sleek and modern look that shot this bathroom back into the current century.

Extended Guest Bath

  • Before, a bulky oversized linen closet dominated the space in this Memphis guest bath, and cut the space into two much smaller rooms. After a complete gut of the outdated vanity, tile tub/shower combo, and floor, we maximized the space by tearing out the closet and removing the wall making one large guest bath. We laid gray 12x24 tiles lengthwise to further the illusion of a longer room, added a larger modified shaker vanity in a classy shade of gray, with a combined linen tower to maintain storage, and topped it with a clean quartz countertop. We converted the shower/tub combo into a large 60x30 tile shower stall complete with sliding glass doors. A coat of taupe paint, updated light fixtures and a framed mirror in a classy gray to match the vanity complete this look.

Bonnie Blue Bathroom

  • We demolished the whole master bathroom and built it back up. We enclosed the toilet room for privacy; put in a maintenance-free solid surface shower , a freestanding tub, medium cherry wood cabinets by Legacy Debut Series, and Cambria Quartz countertops; and then decorated it with a sea blue glass mosaic and wavy hardware. The bathroom now feels bright, warm, and beachy.

  • Budget: $40,000.

Luxury Guest Bath

  • Cozy does not have to mean uncomfortable. With a new shower, flooring, and vanity, this bathroom became a sleek hospitable luxury guest bathroom.

Rainhead Shower Bathroom

  • We updated this bathroom with new porcelain tile flooring, elegant WoodPro vanity cabinets, a granite countertop, Graff shower fixtures, and a beautiful shower glass door with oil-rubbed bronze trims. Everything in this dated bathroom was brand new except for the tub. However, after we rebuilt the tub deck with porcelain tiles, put in stone/glass blend mosaic as backsplash and installed new roman tub filler, no one could notice that the tub was the same one.

  • Budget: $27,000

Modern Bathroom

  • This bathroom received a major update. The small wall between the toilet and shower was removed, and we installed beautiful Debut vanities with a quartz countertop, an eco-friendly toilet, free-standing tub, frameless water-proof shower, and heated floors. Welcome to a modern look with timeless comforts.

  • Budget: $35,000

Bathroom Retreat

  • We expanded the size of the Master Bathroom and created room for a new shower and tub. With new Wellborn vanity cabinets with Cambria countertops, improved lighting, frameless water-proof tile shower, frosted privacy divider for the water closet, freestanding tub, and exotic tiles and thresholds, this bathroom truly became a retreat to enjoy.

  • Budget: $73,000

- Design + Build
-Kitchen & Bathroom Renovation - Home Renovation 
- Cabinets & Countertops - Flooring
- Memphis, TN