A small, outdated, pink-tiled bathroom is 86-ed to pave the way for an elegant and edgy master suite with a nod to 70s chic and Airstream trailers. First, the old bath becomes a powder room with its own vanity and sink, toilet, and a unique wood shelf art sculpture, wrapped around a new wall urinal. From there, sliding barn doors open into a spare bedroom that’s transformed into the main bath space. Next to the new tub is a roomy shower featuring black and white patterned porcelain tile, large rain head, and body sprays. Wood slats on one wall and brushed aluminum on another lend an air of bygone camping trailers, while wireless speakers bring the space back to the present with modern technology for tunes.
These homeowners have always wanted a master suite, but when their current bathroom only has room for one, Bath Crashers must steal space from a bedroom next door to give them this: a 2-part bathroom with a powder room for guests and a main space with the works. Operable frosted glass panels separate the rooms and add privacy. The shower is a 3-sided glass box with a waterfall tile pattern and rain-showerhead. A long ash countertop that doubles as a vanity and make-up area sits below a wall of mirrors, windows and a disappearing TV while the silver-leafed ceiling glows with a pop of orange and LED lights.
his master bath is too small for this family of four. Taking the adjacent bedroom, which sits next to their outdoor pool area, allows the Bath Crashers crew to combine the two spaces and turn it into a dual-purpose modern spa and pool space. The master suite side is luxuriously spacious: the vanity is a centerpiece that glows from a backlit, Onyx counter-top. The two sinks share a space with an automatic ice machine for these active homeowners to use after their runs. The tub is tricked out with jets and speakers and the shower serves two purposes: one side for everyday use with a rain-shower head and body sprays while the other side is to rinse off after hanging by the pool.
Hi Jeff, A quick note to thank you for the great job with the mirror, it looks great! Also thanks for the idea to save us a little money on the project, things like that, are why I recommend your company.
Daniel J. Anderson - Sears Property Manager – District 242
I wanted to let you know the guys did a great job with the install – very professional and friendly. The windows look great and I think they got everything done in about an hour.
I’m very happy with the service I’ve received from everyone I’ve talked to at White Bear Glass and I’ll definitely recommend you guys in the future.
I got your voice mail on Fri. and thought I would send you an email update. Everything looks and works great and at this point I couldn’t be happier with my new window glass and the way that the installation went. I’ve already been talking about this with my family and friends. Thanks!
Thanks, Brian. The install went very well. The crew was great!