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!
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 took this space from ‘yikes’ to ‘wow’!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Let’s turn your dream into reality!
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