Upgrade That Bath!

This early 20th Century Bathroom was doing great until the copper embedded in the wet-bet corroded and leaked into the first floor. 3″ to 4″ of dry-pack/wet-bed and porcelain tile in a small bath, wet walls all around, almost 1 ton of debris. Freshened up looks great!

Splash Backs

Backsplash tile by TileBar.com . Montauk Gin. really nice texture, cushioned edges, intermixed glazes (matt and shiney) contribute to the liquidity that this tile expresses. Very nice choice! White River granite pulls in the gray, natural wood cabinetry, wood textured flooring. A few more finishing touches, under cabinet lighting and viola! More pics coming when complete.


This space was huge! 750 sqft! Dricore floors, insulated walls, maximized the space for large open areas, and even a hidden storage with a custom bookcase door! Awesome project, got to be creative and innovative, always more fun than just banging out a floor, sheetrock, paint, etc.

Windows and Doors

Creating Valance…

There isn’t a whole lot I can’t do… This Cornice Kit was purchased online, easy to assemble and easy to work with. The fabric is pretty heavy duty, hot glue was used to clean up the folds, edges, and affix the rope accent. 2 screws and voila’ !