Art Deco to Spanish Colonial
This master bathroom remodel is located in the Willo Historic District of central Phoenix. Its budget for the total transformation was $75,000.
We have worked with this homeowner over many years to enhance the home’s style in various rooms. This room was the one room that started out a total mismatch to the home. The home is in the historic Willo neighborhood of downtown Phoenix.
For this master bathroom remodel, we had to strip it down to its framework and start over. When we removed its various soffits from the ceiling we found that the ceiling framework was sagging – requiring us to reframe a new ceiling for a clean start.
After removing the leaking glass block shower, we recessed the new shower floor to remove the large curb that had created an entry barrier in the previous shower. Our stone tile shower concept expanded to create a total stone wall concept for the entire space.
The stone wall created an earthy backdrop to the recessed niches as well as the new freestanding soaker tub that became the centerpiece to the master bathroom. We installed porcelain wood plank tiles to coordinate with the wood floors in the rest of the home.
Other features to this master bathroom remodel included closing in the closet, adding multiple chandeliers, building in a heated floor feature, and installing petrified wood vessel sinks on the vanity cabinet.
We are grateful to the Greater Phoenix Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry for awarding us their 2014 Contractor of the Year award as well as Best of Show for this project.