Night and Day difference!
Not only will having a fresh new look lift your spirits, remodeling your master bath can significantly raise the over-all value of your home.
Bye Bye Bathtub Before
This client decided to remove the tub and adjacent white tile shower in their master bath. The bathtub took up a lot of space and was never used.
Tip: Removing a tub from a master bath, as long as there is one elsewhere in the house, will not diminish the value of your home.
Bye Bye Bathtub After
Once the tub was removed our client had enough space to put in the large, curb-less, walk-in shower they had always dreamed of!
Shower with Connected Tub Before
While this tub and shower area was in good condition, this client was ready to update the look.
Shower with Connected Tub After
The custom-made, clear glass shower enclosure gives this space a sleek, modern look while the warm tone of the tiles have a classic feel. The adjustable rain shower head is a wonderful, spa-like feature.
Full Bath Remodel Before
With outdated wallpaper and white tile, this master bath was ready for a makeover!
Full Bath Remodel After
Ah! Much better! An oval mirror and Euro-style vanity give this Master vanity the clean, modern feel of a timeless design.
Double Sink Counter-top Before
Though the white tiles on this vanity are in good condition, this chipped sink has got to go!
Double Sink Counter-top After
Solid surface engineered Quartz not only updates this vanity nicely, the lack of grout gives it a much cleaner feel.
Double Sink Vanity Before
Too many light colors and outdated elements gave this master bath a drab feel.
Double Sink Vanity After
Using a warmer color palette, as well as removing the unnecessary soffit over the vanity, give this bathroom a much more inviting feel.
Tip: use recessed down lights over your vanity if you'd like to look older!
Small Shower Before
This basic shower stall is functional, but has no personality. The carpeting will need to be removed.
Tip: Never install carpet in the bathroom. We'll put it in if you really, really want it but we don't recommend it.
Small Shower After
Yes, you can have a recessed niche in a small space! Again, too many light colors and dated fixtures made this master shower look drab. Warmer colors and removing carpet from the bathroom and tiling the floor really brought up the value of this master bath!
Too Many Vanities Before
Someone was a little too ambitious trying too squeeze two separate vanities into this bathroom where they clearly do not fit.
Too Many Vanities After
Removing one of the vanities and installing full cabinets in its place makes this bathroom feel much less cramped and offers tons of storage space.
Another Mauve Tile Shower Before
Another Mauve Shower After
Much better! A warm, modern space. And we were able to give this customer a bench seat, niche, shelf, and a handrail, all in a small space.
Custom Cabinets Before
In a large master bath the use of two pedestal sinks gave this customer no place for storage, resulting in a cluttered look. The huge mirror doubled the visual clutter.
Custom Cabinets After
We were able to create these custom cabinets to our customer's specifications, and they couldn't be happier with the results! They now have plenty of room for storage and a very updated look with clean lines.
Hard Water Before
This bath and shower stall was for overdue for a remodel, over time water can discolor white tile.
Hard Water After
A new bathtub sets off the deep-colored, rich tile. Square brushed nickel fixtures really give it a modern feel.
Tip: Many of our customer opt for epoxy grout, it never needs to be sealed and is mildew resistant, ensuring that your tile will look like new for many years to come!
This dated fireplace tile was making the entire room feel outdated.
A timeless, splitface tile is a classic that will never go in and out of style, breathing new life into the entire room.
Another unwanted bathtub
This client thought she might just have to deal with having a small shower next to a large tub that she had no desire to use...
Another unwanted tub
We were able to pull out the tub and install the large tile shower that she really wanted, plus we were able to add a large cabinet.
Wilsonville Carpet and Tile is a professional, licensed contractor specializing in flooring installation and bathroom and kitchen remodels.
Wilsonville Carpet and Tile is a Licensed Contractor in Oregon, our CCB number is: 110413
We are located at:
9150 SW Pioneer Court Space M Wilsonville, Oregon 97070