As fate would have it

Remodeling bathrooms and transforming her home helped a homeowner overcome her grief after recent personal tragedies


In this guest bathroom, an absolutely dazzling vessel bowl sink is highlighted by a brushed nickel frame.

This lower level bath uses a blend of tiles and stones to create a warm and visually inviting retreat in a relatively small space.

This guest bathroom boasts a spacious shower design for guests that come for an extended stay.



Tiles run vertically and horizontally on flat walls and curved walls in this bathroom to create a mosaic that finds art within the details.

A curved wall offers privacy from the rest of the bathroom design without the homeowner having to install—and maintain—a glass shower door, or something similar.

This custom-built bathroom vanity provides great spaces to hide unsightly cords and general bathroom odds and ends.



The homeowner found this statue on a shopping trip after her husband passed, and feeling a personal connection to the piece, decided to purchase it. It now blends in perfectly with her new master bath design.

The skylight was the reason behind the creation of the curved shower wall in this master bath. It allowed the skylight to be left in the design without having to sacrifice shower space.

This bathroom sink’s granite surface wraps around the corner to include the controls for the nearby soaking tub.



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