Phoenix Master Bath overhaul | Hometalk

Mart 21, 2021 0 Yazar: admin

Randy’s marble and pink master bathroom, built in 1994, was in dire need of an update to the original construction. Randy turned to South Cypress to arrange the new room.
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The previous bathroom had lots of carpeting and shades of pink that just didn’t go with Randy’s style.

One of the changes Randy wanted to make was that he wanted to reduce the space for the bidet.

The previous bathroom had these glass panels that divided the space. Randy wanted to update the aesthetic while making the entire space more functional.

The previous vanities were outdated and needed to be replaced. Randy wanted to keep the chandeliers in the room but add masculine lines and colors throughout the room.

To open the bathroom, Randy decided to tear down the shower screens.

Randy reduced the area dedicated to the bidet and laid beautiful new wood-look tiles throughout the room.

The new shower! Randy used beautiful American Heritage wood look tiles in the color Spice to create this lovely open shower with two shower heads.

The minimalist new shower design opens directly into the bathroom. It is completely unique!

The new washbasins look great! Randy said he wanted to use modern lines and colors to create a masculine counterpoint to the chandeliers. We think he did an excellent job!

Randy completely gutted the marble bathtub and replaced it with a beautiful new claw-foot bathtub. One of the great things about using wood look tiles on this project is that they have a consistent wood look from shower to bath without fear of water damage.
The full project contribution and a completed project sheet can be found in the full blog post at

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