As he reviewed the bids, it became clear to this southwest Houston homeowner that price alone wouldn’t help him to choose a contractor for his master bath update. Instead, professionalism and track record would be the deciding factors. This was a big project and he needed someone he could trust. For these reasons, he told us, TriFection won the business.
Master bath update overload?
For a little room, a master bath update is a big job. The number of options and choices could quickly become overwhelming, but TriFection made it easy. Our client didn’t even have to visit a single showroom; we brought samples to his home, and he made decisions fairly quickly.
Let the master bath update begin
Removing the tub to create room for a new, more spacious shower was the first task in this remodeling effort. We also removed a large wall next to the vanity to open up the bathroom. With the old cleared away, the master bath was ready for the new design.
First came new red oak vanity cabinets created in our cabinet shop, featuring square style raised panel doors. Our cabinetry team also built a matching wooden mirror frame before staining all their work a chestnut color. We next topped the vanities with Crema Marfil marble countertops and two undermount sinks. Then, we added hardware from Berenson Hardware’s Swagger collection in a brushed nickel finish. Vanity lights from Kichler provided the perfect accent.
Shower this master bath update with luxury
The new frameless glass shower is spacious and features Imola Koshi Beige 12”x24” tile on the walls in a broken joint pattern along with 6” Iced Rocks Hampton Dunes accent tile — all from Crossville Tile and Stone. The shower floor, meanwhile, features Turkish Travertine Autumn Leaves 2”x2” mosaic from Interceramic. We framed a nice little corner bench just outside the shower, which is a convenient place to dry off.
Our tile crew then brought it all together with Imola Koshi Beige 18” floor tile from Crossville installed on the diagonal, which is nicely complemented by Navajo White paint from Sherwin Williams on the walls. The walls, floor, counters and tile shimmer under the light of four new LED recessed can lights.
Fixtures finish the look
We then gave the entire room a unified look by using a collection of Delta plumbing fixtures in a brushed nickel finish, including the sink faucets, shower head, hand shower on a slide bar and other accessories from the Dryden line.
As he stood looking at the completed project, our client was extremely pleased. By taking time to make a solid choice, he got exactly what he wanted in this master bath update.