The Final Touch Bathroom Beautification
June, 2014 - Issue #116
Is your bathroom "done" but not really "finished?" There's a difference, you know. A "done" bathroom has all the essentials - but it lacks personality and finesse. A "finished" space, on the other hand, includes elements that make the area your own. If you're feeling done, but not finished, read on - and then get to work!

A True Reflection of your Style
Contractors Wardrobe Trim Line anodized aluminum Bi-Fold mirror doors with color-matched mirror handles come in a variety of finishes to match your bathroom decor. Choose from satin gold anodized, hi-gloss white paint, bronze anodized, brushed nickel, bright gold anodized, bright clear (silver) anodized or satin clear anodized. Available from Adjustable Closet and Cabinets, Inc. 257-3750

Builder-installed tile leaves a lot to be desired. The possibilities are endless when you define your space with customized combinations of mosaic tile, travertine and granite. Don't forget that you can add built-in cubbies for convenience and a seat for comfort when you customize your shower enclosure. Add bathroom-friendly wood flooring and remember that love is in the details.
Available from Brent's Carpet One 255-3337

A Romantic Transition
Many SCV Homes lack a passageway door from bed to bath. "Portieres," or door curtains, were originally designed to stop drafts and dampen sound between rooms. Today they offer a romantic, enticing transition by softening a passageway while affording privacy in the bathroom. For an elegant look in your bathroom, custom transition draperies can add a dramatic touch. The natural linen drapery in this bathroom compliments the travertine floors and is repeated in the bedroom windows beyond, creating a flow from one room the next. Tami Smight Interiors 430-0127

Relaxing Refinement
Wild Cherry-finished cabinets, grey tones and an arch theme, exemplified by the custom-made jewelry cabinet, set the tone for this space. Ostrich Grey Quartzite stacked stone flanks the vanity backsplash and bathroom floor. Marble Grigio Classico countertops are a luxurious addition. Dannick Design 775-7430

The Beauty of Cast Glass
Preferred Glass & Windows offers frameless shower enclosures with unlimited options to fit any budget. This shower enclosure was recently installed by Preferred Glass & Windows with Cast Glass. This glass offers the homeowner privacy while still providing an elegant look to compliment the beautiful stone work. Because many bathrooms today do not offer interior doors for privacy, Cast Glass is a way to give homeowners privacy while having a high-end, elegant shower. Although Cast Glass is more expensive, it truly is a breathtaking piece of art. To view samples, visit their showroom or call for a free estimate. 298-2165

The 20-minute Mirror Makeover
Add style to your reflection without your mirror ever leaving your wall. Go from "bare" to "beautiful" and change your bath's focal point with a quick install that gives you a finished, designer look to your bath without the expense. MirrorMate frames attach to the surface of your mirror and can be professionally installed quickly and easily. FASTFRAME 291-1325

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Show Off your Tile
Why would you cover gorgeous custom tilework with a clunky standard-framed shower door? Your glass shower door should showcase your shower as well as serve the function of keeping the water inside. A custom frameless shower door will do both these things with style! Design the perfect enclosure for your shower opening and provide hardware that complements your bathroom fixtures. Available from
Valencia Custom Shower Doors.

Timeless Touches make a Big Impact
Gracious Goods bathroom accessories fuse functionality, quality and timeless style. They'll be the most affordable bathroom upgrade you'll ever procure - and one of your favorites, too. Available from Bella Venezia Home & Decor.

Prettier Powder Rooms
A "perfectly yours" bathroom design like the one shown here will make you look forward to using your little sanctuary. This powder bath features a high-end textured tile about half way up the wall, accented with pencil liner trim for an elegant look. The crown molding and Jeff Lewis paint alongside the pedestal sink add polish to the design. Rebecca Rollins Interiors 367-4394
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