Your bathroom is where you go to relax and let go of the day’s stresses. Whether it’s under a hot shower or a long soak in an oversized tub, your bathroom should provide you with a comfortable area to let go of yourself. That’s why we design your bath remodel around your lifestyle and needs. To give you that perfect personal spa feeling where stress melts away as soon as you walk through the door.
And beyond your own enjoyment and peace of mind, bath remodeling is a major selling point and factor in your home’s value, second only to a kitchen remodel.
Our designers work with you to help find a balance between your personal preferences and practical bath design that will significantly increase your home’s value. We’re here to help guide your bath remodel from concept to completion and we’re eager to give you everything you’ve ever wanted in your bathroom design.
Penllyn, Pa., Bathroom Remodel
This Penllyn, Pa., Bathroom Remodel is a study in glitz and glamour. Subtle design elements such as metallic backsplash accents, a three-tiered chandelier and tinted glass cabinets give this master bathroom a unique style that’s seldom found in Pa.
Ambler, Pa., Bathroom Remodel
This Ambler Bath Remodel features a beautiful free-standing soaking tub next to a corner window. And the large skylight adds an extra burst of natural light to fill this bathroom with a beautiful ambience.
New Hope Bathroom Remodel
If your home was built in the 1980s or 1990s, chances are pretty good that you have a non-functional garden jacuzzi tub taking up half your bathroom’s floor plan. That’s exactly where this bathroom was before we ripped it out and replaced it with a gorgeous free-standing oval tub situated in front of a beautiful geometric accent wall.
Souderton, Pa., Bathroom Remodel
This Souderton Bath Remodel brings an extra touch of elegance and style with gold colored fixtures throughout. It’s a trendy color combination that’s sure to please for years to come.
Lansdale, Pa., Bathroom Remodel
This Lansdale Bath Remodel features beautiful floor-to-ceiling stonework in both the walk-in shower and as a backsplash for the vanity. A great way to draw attention to the tall ceilings and give this bathroom a dominant presence in the home.