Kitchen & Bath Remodel Portfolio
Bathroom Remodel in Lake Worth
This project takes an outdated bathroom and turns it to modern decor with european flavor.
Old bathtub is removed and turned into shower stall with Stainless Steel Rainfall Shower Panel Tower, glass door, porcelain tile and Nickle plate inserts.Built in toilets are customized and multiple spacious shelves are installed for better ergonomics of the room. Waterproof vinyl plank laminate hardwood flooring is installed. A dark vanity with steel handles complements the concept style of the bathroom.
It is worth mentioning that things like built in bathroom shelves and toilets increase the price of the job. A bathroom remodel budget is determined by customization and choice materials to choose accordingly.
Small Bathroom Remodel in West Palm Beach
Piping and drainage systems were rusty and needed replacement, framework was rotten, partially uneven and in bad shape. Unfortunately you can’t always predict what you are going to come across, be sure to have additional budget money for the what if's.
Kitchen Remodel in Lake Worth
Unmatching and outdated laminated cabinets leave much to be desired. With a little imagination this kitchen can be turned into a work of art.
Stainless steel Whirlpool Convertible Wall mounted range hood ($300 to $450) with state of the art Frigidaire glass cook top stove ($500-$700). Laminated gloss white cabinets offset with custom mosaic back splash trimmed with stainless inlay. Old ceramic tile removed and replaced with vinyl planks. Dark Grey color works great on the accent wall.
Bathroom Remodel in West Palm Beach
Bathroom walls and insulation are removed due to water damage from a roof leak. This shower was gutted to the metal studs then cement bard is installed for the walls to accept porcelain tile. The concrete in the shower pan was loose and moist so it's replaced by pouring a new concrete shower pan.
Rotten wood at two locations is repaired then cement board is installed over the plywood to prepare for tile.
To acquire the finished result in the pics the below steps were followed.
Italian porcelain tile is installed using nickel-plated aluminum L-Angle Tile Edging complete with custom Nickle plate inserts between the two rows of the darker 6x12 porcelain wall trim surrounding the shower and finishing the bathtub enclosure into painted drywall.
A custom partition wall and bench are added with porcelain shower floor mosaic extended out to meet with the end of partition wall and pitched to flow water that splashes out of shower stall back into the drain.
Italian porcelain 24x24 floor tiles are installed then grouted and cleaned. New base boards are installed and painted.