Bathroom Ideas

Bathroom Ideas | The Kitchen and Bath People’s Design Photos only begin to exemplify today’s kitchens, baths and other cabinetry projects.  There are multiple catagories but one common “thread” – quality.

Whether you are remodeling or building a kitchen, bathroom, library, office, or media center, The Kitchen and Bath People will work with you from the initial design to installing the final detail.

Let these bathroom design photos inspire you as you make plans for the home of your dreams. – “Your Lifestyle, Your Way!”

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Neutral Comfort

A garden tub paired with a large walk-in shower make for a luxurious bathroom. Combining a rain shower head, a hand held shower head, and a standard shower head creates versatility for the ultimate shower experience. A single line of accent in the shower tile maximizes bang for you buck. Neutral colored finishes for tile, cabinets, and quartz countertops, ensure style for years to come!

Home proudly built by Capitol Builders Group with The Kitchen and Bath People designing the kitchens and bathrooms.  This home won the Best in Deck Design Parade of Home 2006!

 

Before and After Project

A recent master bathroom we did that had a dramatically sloped ceiling and a tub that took up the entire width of the room.  We used a splash guard – a single piece of glass that keeps water spray from getting out – instead of glass doors because it was a very deep shower.

Before and After Project

 

Before and After Project

Created by taking an unused porch off the master bedroom and converting it into a spacious master bathroom..The large window brings in natural light while it respects privacy. A hand held showerhead along with a rain showerhead creates a spa-like feeling to this master bathroom. Polished nickel fixtures and slate tiles are seen through custom glass doors and makes this master bathroom to be proud of.

 

Neutral Comfort 2

A single picture can be “worth thousand words”. While having a house built our client requested a single sheet of quartz be used in the tub alcove in the master bathroom. Normally we do it in two pieces so that it isn’t too heavy (it weighed 500 lbs.+/-) to carry and put in place. To do this we had one of our men lay down in the tub while we put the quartz over him, wall-to-wall, and he traced the area that we had to cut out for the tub. “your wish is my command”.

Before and After Project 3

We can turn a 1985 “builders special” into a 2015 transitional beauty. Tiling shower up to the ceiling accentuates the decorative band of contrasting tile and “cubby” used in this master bathroom. The vanity cabinet is topped with undermount sinks and beautiful marble.