We took this master bath from Plain Jane, to gorgeous. Keeping with a similar color palette of neutral tones, we gave this dated bath a fresh new natural appeal.  

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Before, there was too much repetitive tile work, and dated shower doors. Mauve pink wall color was not the color palette to stick with. It was time for a complete remodel. 

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We installed the best cement board to assure that this home will have a great foundation of water resistant barrier. 

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Beautifully stagger laid porcelain tile now gives the homeowner less grout to clean. The colors are simple enough to stand the test of time. We choose lighter colored grout to give the tile some pop! 

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Thoughtful details like this recessed spot were added to make showering simple. The hexagon tile banner added interest to the shower, without adding too much more grout to clean. 

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The hexagon tile was also used on the shower pan to assure that the shower space  had design consistency. 

The hardware was updated to oiled bronze to keep with some rustic feel. It also serves to create a bold contrast to the lighter colored tile. 

The hardware was updated to oiled bronze to keep with some rustic feel. It also serves to create a bold contrast to the lighter colored tile. 

The vanity area also took on a dramatic change for the better.  

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Before the space was dark and dated.  

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After remodel, we now have clean and highly functional. Plenty of storage to keep counters clutter free.

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We kept the hardware and faucet in the oiled bronze finish. The dark tones show off like jewelry against the white marble countertops. Now since remodel, the homeowners have a bathroom that will make getting ready a delight. 

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Stay tuned for the other bathroom that received a face lift in this home. More natural appeal to show off in the next space. 

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