#BEFORE The owner wanted to remove most of this wall and the stained, worn carpet in the living room.
#BEFORE This wall divided the kitchen and living room.
#AFTER Gorgeous, wide-plank, variegated gray, vinyl laminate flooring now flows through the open living space.
#AFTER We patched the drywall to remove any hints of the former wall or damaged ceiling. Can you tell where the wall was?
#AFTER With the wall and old flooring removed, this wide-plank vinyl laminate flooring flows through the living room, kitchen, and hallway.
#AFTER View from the hallway, where a single vinyl flooring smoothly meets the original hardwood floors in the bedroom (right door), tiles in the bathroom (left door), and rolls into the open living room/kitchen space.
Looking for something different? Mix tiles of different sizes, shapes, and materials. This backsplash with diamond tiles and gold square accents adds glamour and bling to this kitchen.
The tiny gold tiles in this backsplash subtly reflect light around the kitchen, while the diamond-shaped tiles match the lightest tones in the granite countertop. The diamond design is also mirrored in the wine rack.
Chris created a dramatic effect in this shower by using at least 5 different sizes of square and rectangular slate tiles.
#BEFORE The tiles and drywall were removed to the studs to prepare this shower for new tiles and plumbing. The tracks for the glass shower doors (which we also removed) and decades of use damaged the bathtub’s surface, so we brought in a specialist to reglaze it with a smooth finish. Hiring an expert to repair discoloration and chips in the tub was significantly more affordable than removing and replacing it.
#DURING We protected the refinished bathtub surface while installing subway tiles to the ceiling and adding a nook to this shower. We also updated the plumbing from 3 knobs for temperature and water direction to a single dial that the owner picked.
#AFTER This shower got a facelift with new subway tiles, faucets, and refinished bathtub surfaces.
#BEFORE When the dishwasher flooded, it damaged the subfloor in the kitchen and ceiling tiles in the room below.
#DURING We removed all the water-damaged floorboards in this kitchen.
#AFTER We replaced the water-damaged subfloor with new plywood. Now this kitchen is ready for new flooring to be installed.
#DURING The tight space and tiny tiles in this kitchen nook didn’t stop our expert installer from delivering a top-notch finish.
#AFTER Chris completed a top-notch finish with these tiny tiles in this tight kitchen nook.
First, we installed the plumbing for the wall-mounted shower head, hand-held shower head with hose, and tub spout. Then we tiled and added the decorative features with a row of squares rotated to be diamonds, soap ledge, and rounded top edge. Our precision work turned simple materials in a standard bathtub into a touch of luxury!
The tiles used in the shower were continued onto the rest of the bathroom walls as wainscotting and backsplash with the same rounded top edge.
#BEFORE When we removed the staircase, the original hardwood floor next to the wall was almost a foot shorter than the adjacent boards and one section was missing.
#AFTER We filled in gaps in the original hardwood floor with boards that would be covered by the stair’s new location for a perfect match. We always aim to repair and reuse materials, before replacing them with new ones.
We installed this durable, waterproof, vinyl laminate floor throughout an apartment, even in the bathroom. We fell in love with its easy installation, grooved texture, and gorgeous gray shades!
#BEFORE A plumbing disaster forced this owner to replace the flooring in her basement bathroom and hallway, as well as the toilet and vanity.
#AFTER Durable, light gray, vinyl flooring now flows from her basement bathroom into the hallway.
#BEFORE The basement hallway, bathroom, and laundry area had 3 different flooring products and uneven seams.
#AFTER Now the basement hallways and bathroom all have the same durable, light gray vinyl floors. We also installed a transition piece at the laundry area for a smooth seam where the 2 types of flooring meet.
Everything you see…we did! The plumbing, faucets, safety grab bar, tiling, and nook show the top-notch quality finishes we can complete for your bathroom project, too.