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Before and After: Upgrading a Master Bath

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Before and After: Upgrading a Master Bath

Have you been thinking about upgrading a master bath in your home? We tackle master bathroom remodels on a daily basis and know exactly how to create the perfect, modern, master bathroom for your home.

upgrading a master bath

A Re-Bath Before and After
In this example, the original bathroom had outdated vinyl flooring, an unused garden tub, a dated vanity, and a dark, cramped shower stall. In most cases when we remove garden tubs, we use that space to install a walk-in shower. However in this case, the homeowners wanted to leave the space open to incorporate plants and other natural elements while upgrading their master bath.

upgrading a master bath

To create a relaxing environment, the homeowners chose a neutral color scheme throughout. This color scheme was incorporated through large, Luxury Vinyl tile flooring, a bronze shower frame, tan ceramic tile shower walls with a brown and granite tile feature strip, and a chestnut vanity.

upgrading a master bath

 

We removed the wall that boxed in the shower stall, this allowed the natural light from the window to enter the shower. We also installed glass walls to add natural light and to give the shower a modern look.

The inside of the shower was tiled with large, square tiles and a glass tile feature strip, soap and shampoo niche, and grab bars. The shower head is equipped with a removable hand-held shower arm. These additions bring class and style into the shower.

upgrading a master bath

The last piece of upgrading a master bathroom remodel for this family was the chestnut vanity with his and her medicine cabinets and sinks. A towel bar was added on the side of the vanity. The homeowner added wooden benches to display their plants in the space where the garden tub used to be bringing the outdoors inside.

upgrading a master bath

 

If you’re interested in upgrading your master bathroom give us a call. We’d love to come out and help you design your master bathroom. Our In-Home Consultations are always Free, with No Commitment, and we always give you a guaranteed price on the spot!

 


Making a One-of-a-Kind Bathroom

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Re-Bath Remodels: Going the Extra Mile to Make a One-Of-A-Kind Bathroom


Re-Bath believes that every customer is different and strives to create bathrooms that reflect our customer’s personalities. Because of our ability to cater our designs to the needs and style of our customer, we are able to create one-of-a-kind bathrooms that homeowners can’t wait to show off. Our Design Consultants, Installers, and Production Mangers go the extra mile for our customers to guarantee that their bathroom will have the exact look and feel that they’ve envisioned.

This latest Re-Bath Before and After shows the lengths we will go to make sure the customer receives the bathroom of their dreams.
one-of-a-kind bathroom remodeling

The original bathroom was a large rectangular shape, split by an oversized and outdated vanity. A neo-angle gold shower stall sat in the corner and nothing separated the toilet from the rest of the bathroom.

one-of-a-kind bathroom remodeling

Re-Bath’s redesign removed the garden tub and replaced it with an extravagant walk-in shower designed with a zero threshold entry, half glass wall, shower seat, in-the-wall niches, dual showerheads, and a custom tile design.

The homeowner knew she did not want the average tile design having an adversity to straight lines prompting our installer to combine small and large squares to create a one-of-a-kind geometric pattern. Even the feature strip and the tile flooring were installed with a unique pattern in mind.

one-of-a-kind bathroom remodeling

The vanity was replaced with a natural wood grain, quartz top, and square sink bowls. A half-wall was built to separate the toilet from the rest of the bathroom to create privacy. With the addition of shelves, the half wall created extra storage space within the bathroom.
one-of-a-kind bathroom remodeling

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind bathroom design, call us for a Free, No-Commitment, In-Home Consultation today. We offer a multitude of wall systems including our grout-less solid surface DuraBath wall system, natural stone, and custom tile. Our design consultants would love to create a unique bathroom just for you.


Re-Bath Before and After: A Regal Remodel

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Re-Bath Before and After: A Regal Remodel

Almost every bathroom designed in the late 1990’s has two main components; a garden tub & a tiny shower stall. One of our most popular remodels is removing this design and replacing it with an extra large walk-in shower that generally leaves an unused space in place of the shower stall. This homeowner decided to utilize their space and keep a tub while still upgrading the features in a dramatic before and after remodel.

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Removing the garden tub and wall surround completely opened up the space of this bathroom. Even when installing an oval oversized freestanding tub, this bathroom feels larger and luxurious. An extra special addition to this design was the wainscoting around the walls, which makes the bathroom feel regal and pristine.

outdated bathroom

Before

The shower stall was removed and replaced by a semi-frameless, all glass walk-in shower stall. This stall is a little larger than the original, but the all glass design makes this shower appear more spacious and clean.

rebath before and after

The stone slab walls in “White Calcutta” inside the shower resembles marble, making this bathroom appear luxurious and expensive. The final upgrade for this remodel was removing the dingy, white vinyl flooring and replacing it with a charcoal-colored floor tile, making the crisp whites in this bathroom pop.

rebath before and after

Taking this bathroom to the next level, the homeowners chose a regal blue paint color and added extravagant features such as a chandelier above the bathtub.

If you’re interested in turning your drab bathroom into something fabulous, give Re-Bath a call. Schedule a free, no commitment, in-home consultation today and get a quote to the penny on the spot. We’d love to help you take your drab bathroom to something fabulous!


Re-Bath Before and After: Trendsetter Bathroom

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Re-Bath Before and After: Trendsetter Bathroom

Did you check out our post on the Top 5 Bathroom Trends for 2016? Although this Re-Bath remodel was completed at the end of 2015, it seems that these homeowners were ahead of the game, having incorporated 3 out of the 5 trends into their trendsetter bathroom remodel.

• Bringing nature into the bathroom,
• Using timeless grays and whites
• The use of classic tile

2016 trendsetter bathroom
Since this trendsetter bathroom was already spacious, the homeowners were able to keep their existing bathroom layout while upgrading all the features. Foremost, they wanted to get rid of the ugly, dark wooden cabinetry, bathtub surround, and outdated gold hardware.

2016 trendsetter bathroom
2016 trendsetter bathroom

Ditch the Outdated Style

They chose a white wood cabinet, with a double sink and a quartz top, and used dark bronze hardware to create contrast. They also replaced their gold light fixtures with modern chrome fixtures. Another great design choice was swapping out the large, one-piece mirror for two smaller framed mirrors. These choices gave their bathroom a stylish, fresh and trendy look.

A key feature to redesigning this bathroom was creating space between the tub, the vanity, and the shower. These features were connected by tile and wood, which made the room feel boxed in. By separating them, the bathroom appears open, larger and spa-like.

 

Due to the additional visual space in the room, choosing the right flooring was an important decision. Removing the outdated, oversized, square tile, the homeowners chose a large, gray, rectangular Vitra Best Tile, in a wood grain. The gray flooring pairs nicely with the white tile, vanity, and walls, a big trend for 2016.

2016 trendsetter bathroom
2016 trendsetter bathroom

One of our favorite features in this bathroom is the Fleurco freestanding tub and bronze Delta floor-mounted faucet. The placement of the freestanding tub underneath a window lets natural light in, illuminating the room and creating a sense of tranquility.

2016 trendsetter bathroom
2016 trendsetter bathroom

The shower received a major upgrade. With stone flooring, white tile, a rainwater showerhead, and a frameless glass door this shower appears larger and incorporates another 2016 trend of bringing elements of nature into the bathroom.

If you would like to incorporate some of the trends for 2016 into your own bathroom remodel, give Re-Bath a call. We’d be happy to give you a free, no commitment, in-home design consultation, with a guaranteed price on the spot. We love sharing these Before and After’s with you and hope that your bathroom could be the next one we feature!


Re-Bath Before and After: Latest Tile Design Trends

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Re-Bath Before and After: Latest Tile Design Trends

How can I make my bathroom unique? This is a question we get asked almost every time we sit down at a consultation. While there are almost an infinite amount of combinations a customer can choose from when it comes to flooring, cabinetry, countertops, hardware, and shower combinations, there are limited choices when it comes to the latest tile design trends.

One of the popular trends in tile this year is oversized tile, which makes your shower appear larger, but it seems there is another new trend forming in the world of tile design.

latest bathroom tile design trends

One Re-Bath customer wanted to install a feature strip in her new walk-in shower, but didn’t want it to look like every other remodel she had seen online. Instead of choosing to install a horizontal feature strip along the top third of her shower, we suggested installing the feature strip vertically along the corners of the shower, creating a waterfall tile effect.

latest bathroom tile design trends

Waterfall Tile

Waterfall tile is a feature strip that flows vertically instead of horizontally, adequately named for the waterfall-esque appearance that it creates. The customer chose cool blue and green and gray tile to contrast the main tile. However, as you can see in the photos, the waterfall tile accent is not the only thing that makes this walk-in shower so amazing.

Re-Bath completely changed the space and feel of this bathroom. What was once a cramped, small, dysfunctional space has now become a spacious and eye-grabbing room of luxury.

latest bathroom tile design trends

This level entry shower is modern and sleek, as well as universally designed. By removing the unused garden tub, and tearing out the geometric tiled shower we created a larger shower space, with oversized square tiles, dual shower heads, corner shelves, and curved grab bar for added appeal.

This all glass, door-less, frameless, walk-in shower is an attribute usually associated with high-end spas that this customer now gets to enjoy every day.

It’s amazing to think how cramped and small this bathroom was before a Re-Bath renovation. Instead of an eyesore, this bathroom has become a grand feature in this home and transforms the room into a personal sanctuary.

latest bathroom tile design trends

If you’re interested in how we can remodel your bathroom, give us a call! We’d love to come out and give you a Free, No-Commitment, In-Home Estimate to show you the potential in your bathroom.