Sugar Land Master Bath Remodel

Granite, limestone, travertine, porcelain, glass and stainless steel all make a very unified appearance in this soothing respite for bathing or a steam bath. Pivoting mirrors allow for adjusting to the desired level, as in the case of the lowered vanity area for make-up application. Note the roman trough faucet style for the sinks and tub.

Viewing the bathroom from the tub area, one can see the spaciousness of this relatively compact space. The water closet was enclosed, and her closet (right) received new doors. How handy is the full-length mirror on the sliding door, and all the while they can keep up with the news on the TV strategically mounted, and piped into the shower.

Handsome site-built custom cabinetry with crown molding that offers a great amount of storage. The vanity is crowned by a softly colored granite which also caps the shower bench, pony wall, tub deck and window sills.

The shower is tastefully filled with amenities, such as two shower niches (one down on the left handily next to the shower bench). The translucent glass tile that so beautifully ties in the colors of the various materials finds it way here in the stripe at eye level and in the backs of the shampoo niches. Additionally, there is a rainhead plus fixed showerhead. One might never want to leave!

By removing dated, mirrored walls in the foyer, the owners had the opportunity to wallpaper even the secret door to camouflage it. This led the way to constructing a stand-alone wood encasing that illuminates the family-historied, stained glass art piece and mounting it as a focal point in the entry.

In this close-up, one can see the intricacy and beauty of the stained glass piece.