Bathrooms play an integral role in the overall comforts a home offers.
Tile & Stone Design Center’s bathroom remodeling services focus on balancing form and function to produce a remodeled area that addresses changing lifestyles.
Bathrooms play an integral role in the overall comforts a home offers. Tile & Stone Design Center’s bathroom remodeling services focus on balancing form and function to produce a remodeled area that addresses changing lifestyles.
Shower pans, also referred to as shower bases, shower floors, etc., are key to a long lasting shower. We offer both custom built, tiled shower pans and pre-built, pre-fabricated shower pans in plastic/fiberglass/acrylic. All of our shower pans solutions are available in a variety of sizes to meet your construction or renovation needs. Curbless shower pans are also available for those who are concerned about egress
Shower walls, or shower surrounds, are available in a variety of configurations, including tile and solid surface (man-made natural stone products such as marble, quartz, etc.) and may be overlaid to your existing backer-board (retile option), or built on brand new cement backer boards walls (rebuild option). Options may include well placed seat/bench, grab bars, niches and/or soap dishes.
Converting an old tub into a shower will add convenience to any bathroom especially in smaller bathrooms where space is at a premium.
We offer a variety of tub options for customer needing to renovate this key bathroom component; soaker tubs, whirlpool and air bath tubs. Tubs are available in are available in a variety of sizes to meet your construction or renovation needs.
Whether you are keeping your existing tub, or replacing it, we have options that can enhance the overall look and feel of your tub surrounds; skirt, deck and back splash. The options include tile and solid surface (man-made natural stone products such as marble, quartz, etc.).
A variety of shower doors and glass enclosures are available to ensure your shower’s timeless and functional look. Three options available include: framed door/shower enclosure, semi-frameless door/shower enclosure and frameless door/shower enclosure. By far, the most sought after look today is the frameless design which highlights all of the great tile work in your shower.
Whether it’s faucet, a shower head or toilet no remodel should be undertaken without evaluating the options available; wave patterns, water utilization, pressure and pressure balance valves, location and number of units are all factors which directly impact the usability of the bathroom once the project is completed.
Older bathrooms often need new cabinets. Normally, besides a new look, new cabinets will also include functional improvements including a proper ergonomic height and depth configuration, layout and a variety of organizers.
Marble, quartz, granite and others countertops materials continue to be a customer’s favorite. For bathrooms, different thickness of countertops (¾” or 1¼”) may equally be used without compromising the overall look. In so far as sinks, larger, porcelain sinks (normally in a rectangular shape) are still the all-time favorite especially for master and secondary bathrooms.
Mirrors may either be custom built or purchased from retailers who provide ample selections and style. Whether one or the other, ensuring the mirrors are part of the overall design is a key success to completing the remodel with coordinated colors.
Any remodel bathroom will need a focus on amount and placement of light needed in the space. Normally, a bathroom remodel needs to address the following four types of light; task, ambient accent and decorative. Task lighting addresses daily grooming needs, such as shaving or applying makeup. Ideally, a pair of fixtures mounted on the wall, flanking the sink can be introduced to provide the ideal shadow free lighting required. Ambient lighting, or ceiling light, will provide the overall ambiance for the bathroom. Accent lighting, which may illuminate specific tile, cabinets or art work, will provide dimension to any bathroom. Lastly, decorative lighting, which normally will require hanging eye-catching fixture from the ceiling, will provide the final touch.
When it comes to bathroom floors, porcelain and natural stones tiles are widely used. Larger tiles are popular in these areas as well as heated floors. Heated floors will keep you warmer than forced air systems and feel great during the colder months of the year.