We recently finished these two beautiful showers and matching kitchen backsplash. White subway with black grout brings great contrast to a room. You always have to be very particular when picking out tiles to be used with a contrasting grout color. Some glazes on the tile have tiny spider cracks in them that when grouted over, absorb color. Nothing worse than black spider webs over your bright white tile. These two showers and backsplash came out perfect!
We have a great real estate agent and designer client that knew exactly what she wanted. She hired us to install this gorgeous hand made Moroccan tile backsplash. I think the results speak for themselves.
This was a fun, fast, tile project. Our client already had prepped the walls and had the shower pan done. We just had to waterproof the walls, lathe, and float it out. Square, plumb, and exactly what our customer ordered. See if you can spot the one tile we installed incorrectly(rotated 90 degress) and had to replace since I forgot to take a picture afterwards.
What a fun project! Our client was remodeling her entire kitchen. We were asked if we could build a walk-in pantry by pushing out the back of the wall and using the underside of the stairwell. With a bit of re-framing, we told them it would be a bit low, but 100% possible. We reduced the depth of the original closet on the other side, framed everything in, and then built some simple shelving at the clients' request. We installed two LED lights on a dimmer to create a nightlight effect as well if desired.
Sometimes you just want a bit more usable space and for it to look gorgeous at the same time! I would do this in all of my closets!
On this project, our client had two Fisher & Paykel built-in dishwashers that they did not like. They requested our help in removing the existing washers, and re-configuring their island to accommodate a new bosch dishwasher and additional pull out drawers.
Oops, I forgot to take a picture before demo. Picture this - 1,000 lbs of solid stone in only 3 pieces!!!! Somehow we made it out without damaging anything. The best part of our job is when a client provides you with some pictures and trusts you to build something that they'll love. That's what we did here. We cut back the existing wainscot to give us these 10" wide columns and a new arched panel rail. While our client originally wanted a 6" tall mantle top, we determined it would not work with the aesthetic of the rest of the home and they could not have been happier!