July 15th, 2015
I wanted to share some recent before and after photos of one of our projects that involved a collaborative effort with Granite Transformations of Seattle.
The shower was enlarged only a few inches but enough to accommodate a low threshold walk-in entry with just a single partial heavy glass panel. The shower Calla Lily panel and vanity and shower trim feature Trend Art Mosiacs from Granite Transformations. The countertop, shower pan and wall panels are TruStone Alaskan Taupe. All new fixtures from the 90 degree suite of Moen fixtures and vinyl wood plank flooring complete the look.The before/after photos show the WOW factor of adding art as part of your remodeling project. Taking your remodel from ordinary to awesome!
July 25th, 2014
Calcutta Gold and Carrera are two new color options that we are offering in the TruStone product line. Both have proved to be very popular. The look is timeless and indistinguishable from natural marble, but of course there is no need to worry about staining or fracturing and as easy-to -maintain as our full product line. Here are a couple of Carrera photos with a tile mosaic backsplash and shower trim. Check out more photos on Facebook!
November 18th, 2013
We recently completed this bathroom remodel in Sammamish. The homeowners made great use of accent pattern trim with TruStone Crema Bordeaux shower and vanity area with a very contemporary Moen “Level” fixture suite in chrome.
September 6, 2013
A little “Toilet humor” thanks to one of our customers. Don’t ever expect one of these “faux pas” from one of our remodels!!
June 26th, 2013
I wanted to share a recent project showing the BEFORE and AFTER photos.
As you can see, adding color can make a dramatic and elegant impact in your master bathroom.
February 4th, 2013
I had to showcase one of our favorite recent projects completed for a couple living in a houseboat on Lake Union. It was a pleasure to see the stunning bathroom transformation using TruStone Rainforest Green for their Spa Tub and Shower Surround.
January 6th, 2013
Just wanted to share a recent testimonial from one our customers:
“It was a pleasure to work with you. We are so happy with our remodeled bathroom. The new layout makes the room seem so spacious. Love the enlarged shower, love the frameless enclosure, love the heated floors and especially love that there is no more tile. The TruStone is beautiful!
Peter – thank you for listening to what we wanted, offering suggestions and helping us put together a wonderful master bath.
Heather – thank you for your friendly help, answering questions, and keeping us posted on the work schedule.
Steve and Don – thank you for “making” our bathroom. From demo to rebuild – you are hard, conscientious, and courteous workers. You are truly craftsmen.”
Here are some pictures of their beautiful new bathroom. We used TruStone in Vanilla Travertine for their new shower, bath and vanity area. Looks amazing!
September 7, 2011
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June 6th, 2011
Wanted to include some photos from a couple of recently completed jobs. Both projects show the shower prior to the glass enclosure installation in order to better highlight the TruStone. The first two photos feature a new TruStone option “Breora”. I think this will prove a popular color choice since it is a creamy neutral with natural earth tones. It goes beautifully with most cabinets and can coordinate well with light or dark flooring.
Working with Rich Design Group, we installed this large shower in Sahara Travertine with tile insets and flooring.
November 19th, 2010
This project comprised removal of old white tile in the shower, tub and vanity areas; enlarging the shower by removal of a bench seat, installation of new shower fixtures, TruStone “Sahara Travertine” in the shower, tub and vanity top and a heavy glass frameless shower enclosure. To help meet their budget, we were able to re-use the existing tub and plumbing fixtures. The project took about 2 weeks from start to finish. The homeowners love the warm look and easy maintenance of the “Sahara Travertine” versus the stark white tile with all the problematic issues associated with grout.