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Thank you so much for the wonderful remodeling work you did on our shower - it was long overdue and we absolutely love the ideas you implements in our home. If we ever need any other work done (maybe a new kitchen!) we will be calling you - all our neighbors are asking for your company info and I have passed it along. Best wishes! - Mary and Gabe, North San Jose area
Finishing Touches in a Shower and Bathroom - San Jose Home DIY Tips
Your finished bathroom and shower are ultimately the result of your decisions about both design and style. While the basic design determines the layout and establishes the lines and scale of the bathroom to be remodeled, your choice of new materials, accessories, finishes and personal shower belongings set the tone for the room to be renovated.
Consider a standard bathroom layout, which is usually a rectangle. Opening up the rear wal and ceiling, the window floods the room with natural light and lends a dramatic touch to an otherwise plain room. Skylights are also a great look in a master bathroom. Consider an old-fashioned shower - which immediately establishes your bathroom as a portal between new and old styles. This is a very popular look in San Jose and surrounding areas of California where shower renovation projects are quite common.
You can personalize your bathroom with a few simple items - flowers and plants, a collection of seashells in your shower, and straw hats which can add a touch of whimsy. Some bathrooms are so sleek in their structural design that finished touches may consist primarily of close attention to the details of essential accessories and hardware. Others, like the one pictured above, might look barren without the addition of personal belongings. The same design rules that apply for bathrooms also apply for the shower as a separate entity.
The important point is that your San Jose bathroom remodeling job is actually complete when you have focused your attentino on these last details - details that can finish (or undo) all the work that has preceded them. When your new bathroom finally reflects your personal touch, in whatever form it might take, your design actually comes to life. No matter what your remodel needs are, if you live in San Jose and need a free quote on a shower or bathroom touch up or overhaul, don't hesitate to call us today.
Also, rarely does a tile layout work out in such a way that the entire remodel job can be done with full tiles. Almost all tile projects require cutting some tiles to fit along edges, around kitchen or bath fixtures and the like, but the fewer pre-cut tiles there are, the better the installation will look. Thus, the two overriding factores of layout area to use as many full tiles as possible, and to place the cut ones where they will be least noticeable.