Bathroom Renovations

We create spaces for washing away stress and refreshing the body, mind and spirit.


From powder rooms to ensuites, stream rooms, main baths, and guest baths these customized spaces offer a much-needed place to relax after a long day!




Cedar Sauna, LED lights, Tile seat



These return clients wanted to split their joint laundry room and bathroom into two separate spaces.

We added a doorway, installed tile flooring, a new smaller vanity, reinstalled the vintage clawfoot tub and repainted, all while protecting the stunning wallpaper. The laundry room got custom, built-in shelving and barn doors to hide the machines.

Our client now has a dreamy space to relax in.

Hillview Main Bathroom

This lovely client has a deep love of both colour and texture.

Using a hand-painted sink and tiles we transformed her main floor full bathroom into a fun space that appears transported from Mexico.

The eclectic mix of hand-painted tiles were installed in the back of the niche and in a pinwheel pattern on the floor. The dark grout really highlights the colours.

A custom vanity, granite countertops and matte-black fixtures bring the whole space together.

Design by Delize

Hillview Ensuite

While we were in the neighbourhood we updated the ensuite bathroom as well.

This serene space is more reminiscent of the beaches of Mexico than the restaurants. The walls are a lovely sand colour, while the stacked subway tile has a lovely rustic patina to it. The Olympia Dahlia tile has a beautiful raised pattern that brings sand dollars to mind.

Design by Delize


Our client needed a bathroom update that respected the character of their early 1900s-era home.

Once we leveled the floors the vintage, repainted claw foot tub was repositioned next to the toilet to make space for a shower.

Gorgeous, large-format botanical wallpaper drove the colour scheme of the space including blue hex floor tile, deep blue grout, and brass fixtures throughout (both old and new).

The final touch is a candle chandelier hung above the tub for a touch of romantic elegance.


This adorable condo in the Oliver neighbourhood of Edmonton was ready for an update.

The dated finishes and fixtures were replaced with a beautiful wood floating vanity topped with Crystal White quartz, a modern looking vanity faucet, new vinyl tile flooring, new tub with chrome fixtures, and a glossy Arctic White subway tile surround. The niche is backed with glass tile in Fountain Blue for an eye-catching pop of colour.

Interior Design by Delize Inc.


Our repeat client contacted us to renovated two of the bathrooms in her home to bring in the more modern look she likes. For the upstairs full bathroom we installed a sleek vanity with wood patterned drawer faces, new chrome plumbing fixtures, a towel warmer, and a shower niche with a custom tile shelf. The wall tiles are a wonderful compliment to the vanity drawers, while the soft green paint, called Balsam, really brings a relaxed feel.

The powder room on the main floor got a pop of ‘wow’ from the custom Blue-Gold abstract wallpaper, dark blue floating vanity with gold pulls, and new black faucet and fixtures.


Stepping into this bathroom is like going through a portal from Edmonton to Paris. A ‘Bold Blue’ vanity topped with Specchio White quartz is perfectly matched with a Moen Danika faucet and Honey Bronze hardware. The tub surround has stunning, large-format subway tiles in Arctic White, and the tone-on-tone grout gives it a clean, sleek feel. Vinyl tile installed in a diamond-check pattern is the pièce de résistance.

Interior Design by Maria Killam

Aspen Gardens

The main bathroom of this home was given full custom treatment with a floating wood vanity, vessel sink, quartz counters, and oak shelving in the linen closet. The wall tiles are a beautiful, large subway tile in Gravity Grey with a subtle horizontal pinstripe; while the Picasso Flores Blanco floor tile adds an elegant element.

The master bathroom is stunning with 24×24 glazed porcelain tile on the vanity wall, as well as one wall in the shower. This was nicely paired with grey subway tile, installed stacked, on the other shower wall. A wall-mounted matte black faucet and undermount sink polish off the floating vanity.

Interior Design by Weaver Design

Strathcona County

These incredibly talented clients needed their guest bathroom completed. Their choices of wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling oversized tile and walk-in shower with an accent tile wall are complimented by a vanity hand-made by one of the clients, and artwork created by the other.

It turned out so beautifully that nobody wants to use it!


This beautiful old home in the Westmount neighbourhood of Edmonton desperately needed a bathroom upgrade to suit the tone and style of the rest of the house. Black and white tile, brushed metal fixtures, little gleams of gold, and a stunning green cabinet made this bathroom a perfect fit for a heritage home.

Glen Allan

Would you rather have a freestanding soaker tub or an oversized tile shower?

Our clients didn’t need to decide, with this beautiful ensuite that offers both luxuries (plus a coordinating main bathroom with alcove tub and shower.

Henderson Estates

This gorgeous ensuite calls for a long soak with a good book!  We removed the corner jacuzzi and added a freestanding tub.  The shower was enlarged by taking some space from the closet and we added the custom cabinets for storage. The custom rain glass provides privacy in the tiled shower.

Henderson Estates

What better way to wash away the stress of the day than by relaxing in this basement spa!  The custom steam room has LED strip lights to compliment your specific mood. The tongue and groove cedar on the ceiling leads you back into the main area where you can rinse off in this custom tile shower.

Knottingham Park

This double bathroom renovation features an ensuite that is made up of a custom tiled shower, free-standing soaker tub, his and hers sinks, quartz counters, tile flooring, wall sconce lighting, sliding barn door, mauve paint, and stacked stone walls — creating a beautiful in-home retreat! The main bathroom repeats many of the ensuite’s oasis elements.

Aspen Drive

This home had two three-piece bathroom projects completed.  The rustic vanity mirror is a repurposed old window frame which inspires innovation, along with the barn board look tiled wall.

The customer complimented this look by hand making the light fixture out of mason jars and gas line fittings!


This main floor powder room is open for guests and available for quick stops before exiting the house!  The deep blue walls pop against the light grey vanity and white wainscoting.  Wainscoting is a lovely way to add character, along with the decorative mirror and seeded glass vanity lighting.

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