Meta Award Winning Baths
2019 Meta Remodeling Awards Winners
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|Residential Bath $25,000 to $50,000|
This professional couple bought a home that they fell in love with despite the fact that it was much too traditional for their more contemporary family. The master bathroom was large but segmented into smaller areas and boasted outdated material selections. Opening up the space left us with a large clean master bath that this family can love for years to come.
|Residential Bath $50,001 to $75,000|
The clients for this Bathroom remodel are looking towards the future and “Aging in Place” in their lovely home. The cast iron tub they had to step over to get into the shower was becoming increasingly difficult and dangerous. The pedestal sink offered no counter space or storage and the bathroom was cramped. Now expanding into adjoining closet space gave them room for a curb less shower, well placed grab bars, a double vanity and new linen closet. They are prepared to safely navigate the days ahead in a beautiful new bathroom.
|Residential Bath $75,001 to $100,000|
The homeowners for this project wanted to install a grey-water system. They saw this as an opportunity to remodel and modernize an outdated bathroom. They desired a separate tub and shower area. They really needed more storage and wanted to incorporate “Santorini Blue “inspired by a trip to Greece. The rooms new floor plan features a separate soaking tub and curb less shower. New linen closet serves as a privacy barrier. Grey water recycling required separate waste lines for toilet and all other fixtures. Diverter plumbing is hidden in floor under linen cabinet, just pull out lower shelf to access.
|Residential Bath Over $100,000|
From “blah” to bling! This spectacular master bathroom provides a luxurious spa-like experience. The original master bathroom was dark, dated, and depressing. It felt claustrophobic inside the tiny corner shower, with its solid walls, high curb, and small entry. We reconfigured the space, taking from the hall bathroom, and more than doubling its size. An expansive curbless shower boasts a teak folding bench, and fixed glass at pony wall contains the water. The wall-hung Washlet toilet and floating vanity are functional and attractive. Tiles gleam with burnished metallic finishes, glittery mosaics and silver ribbon candy-like pendant lights add sparkle.
This custom home’s hilltop location offers fantastic views of the Valley. The clients fell in love with the home, but after living in the house a year, embarked on full-house remodel to make it a forever home.The master bathroom was the first priority. With the homeowners’ conflicting work schedules, the bath was often in use when one homeowner was sleeping. Noise from the bath projected into the master bedroom, a nuisance for the person sleeping. The goals were to create a noise buffer between the bathroom and bedroom and design a luxurious space that reflected the clients’ traditional design aesthetic.
This outdated and proportionally challenged master bathroom needed a major overhaul to create the modern-minimalist aesthetic and quiet sanctuary that the clients wanted to achieve. Having lived with the bland 1990s style and finishes since purchasing the home, the clients were eager to transform their bathroom with a thoughtful approach to all their choices, with their guideposts being aesthetics, functionality and maintenance.
These clients were glad to have a spacious bathroom, but wished there was another way to use the space they had. Minor adjustments to this room highlight the power of how a favorable layout can change the whole feeling to a space without having to add square footage. By choosing timeless design elements, we gave this champagne style customer a bathroom that will always feel fresh and up-to-date.
An age-in-place remodeled master bath of roughly 100 sq.ft is designed with soft and airy palette and translucent surface materials to bring ample natural light and create a serene space for the clients to relax and rewind.
|Universal Design - Baths|
From “blah” to bling! The original master bathroom was dark, dated, and depressing; small and unsuitable for a wheelchair accessible space. A tiny corner shower with a high curb was a barrier for entry and too small for assisted bathing. We reconfigured the space, taking from the hall bathroom, and more than doubling its size. A large roll-in shower with teak folding bench, grab bars, and handheld shower make bathing safe, easy and accessible. The wall-hung Washlet toilet and floating vanity are functional and attractive. Tiles with burnished metallic finishes, glittery mosaics and silver ribbon candy-like pendant lights add sparkle.