Thursday, May 13, 2010

Stone Master Bath Finished pictures

The Floor is a Mini French pattern, brushed and filled travertine. The Walls are a 3x6 tumbled stone with a 1x2 accent band and a 1x1 shower floor. We were able to install the 3x6 stone to the mirror face, outling it with pencils to give a framed appearance. Not pictured is a framless shower door and nicely painted walls to finish the bath.

Stone Master Bath before and after

These are the before pictures. Very basic 4x4 white tile, large builders mirror, and basic tile floor and shower door.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Ebony Stained Floors

After all the tile pictures, here is one of my favorite wood projects. This is an old house in Buckhead with traditional white oak floors. We added additional square footage to the great room as well as the kitchen. The new white oak had to be stained twice to match the older boards. All the wood was "washed with alchohol to ensure even staining and the darkest ebony color possible.

Small Guest Bath Remodel

This is a small guest bath remodel. New 10x20 porcelain tile from Interceramic in Lawrenceville GA, along with a new mirror, free standing vanity and faucet complete the new updated look. Finally before and after pictures!!

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Tumbled Stone Bath

This was a quick 4 day project. One day for demolition, 2 days to install and a fourth day to grout. The products are a 3x6 tumbled onyx with 1x2 accent band of the same tumbled onyx outlined by a 1 inch pencil. The floor is a brushed and filled Philadelphia travertine installed in a mini French pattern. We installed a 6x12 Philadelphia as base boards and chose to grout in a lighter linen color to keep the bath from getting too dark. The homeowner was able to erase in less than a week, the one glaring mistake they made in the selection process for their new home.(The before picture was too ugly to publish!)
We also removed the vinyl in the laundry room and layed an Autumn Blend 6x18 slate set in a staggered(brick) pattern.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Travertine Bath

This bathroom was completely gutted. The shower had leaked into the kitchen below. After the structual repairs were completed we chose a dramatic 13x13 travertine on the walls complimented by a similar 1x1 mosiac band outlined with a upper and lower cornice. Travertine 4 feet up the walls with a cornice edge completed the look. The 1x1 mosiac shower floor is very functional as well as beautiful. The smaller tiles allow for the proper slope as well as slip resistence. The main floor is matching 18x18 travertine with a staggered cut corner dot consisting of 3 1x1's.