A Travertine Master Bathroom



Nothing really beats the look and feel of natural stone for creating a rich, warm and inviting environment.

The homeowners wanted to explore the possibilities of a dramatic transformation of their old, dated master bathroom. A wall made the small bathroom seem even smaller by separating the bathtub and single vanity from the shower. Removing this  wall and the linen closet that took up room across from the shower were going to be key issues in being able to recapture valuable floor space in order to create a more open feeling that the homeowners wanted. They wanted a vastly different look and feel and selected travertine for the tile surfaces and a euro-style glass shower enclosure was suggested in order to maximize a feeling of openness between the new shower and bathtub.


Most projects of this type begin with 3D renderings and concepts in order to
help customers visualize the final project before a single nail is ever driven.

The shower (before).

The wall between the old bathtub and the shower was removed and the plumbing was moved into the opposite wall. Here you can see the rough framing in place.

New nickel fixtures

Custom travertine shelves

The Shower (after) 

You can see the frameless  euro-style glass shower enclosure in
place which opens the room up dramatically.

The new shower bench and the diamond pattern 
of the tile shower floor.


The bathtub before was too small and shallow. A Kohler drop in tub was installed in a custom framed tub deck.  Matching nickel  fixtures and a beautiful framed diamond pattern on the tub face  finishes the look.


The bathtub (before)


The bathtub (after)


The single sink vanity on one side of the wall...

...and the toilet and linen closet on the other side.


Double console sinks with new mirrors and lighting.

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