Misty Creek Country Club Master Bath Remodel

The overall goal of this Misty Creek Country Club master bath remodel was to brighten up the space. Dark cherry cabinets and matching wallpaper originally covered this entire bathroom. With the new soft-close custom cabinets in Oyster, a light gray with a touch of green and beige, we brought more of a transitional design into this master bath to make it feel fresher and more coastal.

In one corner was a Roman marble shower and in the other was a separate tub. We removed the tub completely since the homeowners never really used it as it was too much of a slip hazard for them. In place of this tub, the homeowners wanted more of a seating area and a larger space for the vanity that has a Pompeii Quartz Serenata marble-look tile and polished nickel hardware. The removal of the tub gave them a much more functional usage of the space

The shower stayed in the same footprint but looks entirely different. The creamy shower wall tile is a luxurious contemporary design that replicates the minimalistic simplicity of stone called Atlas Marvel Bianco Dolomite, and the shower floor tile here is a marble-look Stratus Oro Diamond mosaic etched with gold and gray veining. The shower niche is Alpine White Rhomboid Imperial tile.

Bringing the room together is the Sterlina Ivory floor tile and the new wallpaper on the exposed walls. The wallpaper is a textured watercolor abstract design vinyl wallpaper on a faux grass cloth ground in hues of taupe with a shimmering metallic silver overlay. With everything in place, the master bath looks so much brighter, exactly want the homeowner wanted.

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If quality of work using outstanding professionals and subs is important to you, then Cabex is the company. Every aspect of the job was superbly accomplished to our exacting satisfaction. Our on-site supervisor made sure that the work stayed on schedule and was done to his, and our, specifications. The job site was routinely cleaned after each day of work, and the rest of our home was given excellent protection from dust, etc. Cabex may not be your “low cost remodeler”, but in our opinion, they are well worth a few extra dollars to make sure you have a lifetime of enjoyment with your remodeling. I would conclude with this: oftentimes a dispute over workmanship or other quality issues arises with the remodel, but this is not the case with Cabex as they quickly move on any issues and insure that any subs they use get the job done right! – Wayne M.