Saturday, February 4, 2012

Site Visits

Lots of construction going on with my projects this past week. 

New cabinetry in a master bath remodel.  We removed the furr down and are taking the cabinetry and mirror to the ceiling.  It looks better already!


Beautiful tile job in a second bathroom.  She wanted some detail, but I didn't want too much contrast or design in the shower to visually distract from the vanity area, so it's just a change in pattern and tile size of the neutral limestone.

Another job....

New cabinetry for a flat screen tv.


Demo at another bathroom remodel.  Tiny shower is out!

Everything has been measured carefully on site to squeeze the maximum out of the small, given space.

New tub deck for our rectangular tub in this modern bathroom redo.

See, it's starting to take shape.

Can't wait to have these traditional, single pane windows gone.  They will be replaced with double pane windows in a rain glass for privacy.  We will cover these with a translucent Roman shade to filter the light and add some softness to this modern bathroom.

Progress!  I love it!


Glamour Drops said...

the tiling detail in the shower is absolutely beautiful! You have obviously found a patient tiler, too, who will lay on the diagonal. One of my favourite parts of my work is going on site like this to see all the progress. It is just so thrilling to see it all come to life, isn't it? Virginia x

Jessie said...

Seeing a project's progress is always exciting for a designer. Looking forward to see more! :)

Happy weekend, Carla!

P/S: Come by and enter my current giveaway for a chance to win a $50 Kirkland's gift card!


Splendid Sass said...

Well, Carla, you have been one busy lady! Can't wait to see the final results!
Have a nice Sunday.

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Carla, cant wait to see the completed project. Its coming along and the shower is looking great.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Oh, how I wish we could take out things in our master bath and start over, but for now it just got a fresh new color.

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