Most homeowners dream about a spa-like bathroom as a place to relax and rejuvenate after a busy day.
Often, we find the master bathroom lacking in an inviting appeal and homeowners call us with a leaking or moldy shower. Or perhaps the unused tub takes up all the main space in the bathroom while the shower is small and cramped. How do you know what works best for your space? Should you keep the tub if you never take a bath? Do you need help with choosing the right selections and creating an updated look that flows well with the rest of your home?
Maybe you have never remodeled before and wonder how to pull all of this together. How do you know what the latest trends are or how to coordinate your choices, making the right decision? Do you need help with a more functional layout? Are you uncertain how all of your “wishes and wants” fit into your budget?
For many, the key is to create a new bathroom that you will love using every day. To make your bathroom remodeling dreams come true, you first need to know what those dreams are. Some of our clients are very specific with what they want for their new bathroom. Others enter the process with more questions than answers. Most of our clients are looking for guidance and feel overwhelmed with figuring out all the details. We realize that choosing the right bathroom remodeling company is the most important step in starting the process, and we want to assist you in finding out. At LoneStar Design Build, we understand that you probably have lots of questions and we are here to walk you through the process.
Let’s begin by reviewing some recent bathroom remodeling projects to introduce you to different types of work we have completed.
This first project centered on an executive couple wanting to update their bathroom with a more functional layout and a place for everything. They planned to stay in their upscale home and make it more reflective of their lifestyle. The picture on top features a spa-like transitional master bathroom where a corner tub was removed and replaced with a new large soaking tub set between gorgeous stained custom cabinetry. Floating shelves and mirrors were stained to match, and a marble arabesque tiled backsplash provide more one of a kind touches.
The second project completely changed the bathroom’s look and feel for this young executive couple. They moved form the East coast, with limited space in their old bathroom and wanted to make the best use of their comfortable new bathroom.
In this next image, we show a spacious bathroom with a large walk-in shower and creative storage solutions such as two towers and an incorporated linen cabinet attached to the vanity. A mix of grey in the wood-look tile flooring and countertops blend nicely with the warmer shower tile and espresso cabinets.
While discussing bathroom updates with our clients, we always address long-term needs, as many are Aging-in-Place and want to prepare for easier access into the tub or shower, taller commodes and a more comfortable and safer place for daily hygiene. We are certified in Universal Design, allowing for an accessible bathroom for any age or ability. We are also certified in Kitchen and Bathroom remodeling and love assisting our clients with a look and feel that best fits with their wishes and wants. Some may want to remove an unused make-up desk and add needed storage, while others want the larger shower or heated tub with air bubbles for a relaxing end of day to read or meditate.
These next two photos have some beautiful diversity. The first project was built for a couple who wanted a more open shower but had limited room for expansion. We created additional storage and removed a wall for a better layout.
It shows a clean, modern white and grey themed bathroom that’s found in the flooring, shower tile, countertops and cabinets. The added touch of frosted glass on the closet doors continue the modern theme. Removing part of the wall at the shower makes the space seem larger. The addition of a tower and bottom drawers under the sink provide extra storage options.
The second project was the final touch for a completely remodeled and decorated home. This couple loves design, color and glamour and wanted to bring the same unique touches to their master bathroom. The photo shows a bright and stylish bathroom, brimming with custom flair. An entire wall of dimensional wave tile serves as a focal feature, paired with a glass and stainless mosaic that carries your eye across the entire bathroom. Uniquely patterned quartz countertops also add movement to the bathroom and contrast nicely with the concrete look floor tile.
This last project was created for an executive couple needing additional storage and desiring custom “glam”. We gave them the fashionable attention they craved, with molding details and crystal, inviting them into their spa-like bathroom at any time of day or night. The photo shows an expansive master bathroom with ample space for a large spa tub, oversized shower and built-in linen cabinets. Traditional and classic limestone and marble coat the shower, floors and countertops, while an ornate chandelier and sconces add to the overall elegant and chic look.
Your home is one of the most important investments you’ll ever make, so it makes sense to choose a company with the knowledge and expertise to ensure your remodeling project goes your way with minimal stress and disruption to your life. At LoneStar Design Build, we use a design/build process that streamlines your bathroom renovation. We’re responsible for everything, from the initial consultation to determining your priorities in the design and planning process… through construction and into the final walkthrough.
We’ve been working in the remodeling industry for since 2007 and have won awards for our customer service and remodeling skills. We’re a member of National Association of Remodeling Industry (NARI), Better Business Bureau (BBB) and The Good Contractor’s Organization (TGCO) and we make sure to work with specialty trades and subcontractors that we’ve thoroughly vetted, so we can ensure you’re receiving the highest quality remodeling work possible.
We specialize in Bathroom remodeling, with certification in Kitchen and Bath remodeling. Every client is unique, and every project is different, depending on size, selections and client desires. You will have the attention of our Designer to assist you throughout the design and planning process, making sure you’re making the right decisions, and everything flows perfectly throughout your home. Your main point of contact throughout the construction is our Project Coordinator, so you’ll only have one number for updates and information about your project. LoneStar Design Build will customize every project according to your needs and wish list. Contact Us so we can discuss your project and get to know you. You are on the path to … Renovate, Remodel, Relax!
“We are very happy with the work done by LoneStar Design Build! We were looking for a remodeling company that could do it all from design to build. Kathi and her team of experienced professionals (Don, Megan, Thomas and Susan) did not disappoint! Kathi operates her company with honesty and integrity. They kept us informed through every phase of construction. We would use them again.”
– D. Solomon
“It was great working with Kathi, Don and Megan. They are all helpful and courteous and will come if we had an issue. Susan the new construction manager is good and keeps up well with everything. It took them time to complete the remodeling but it’s a job well done and we are enjoying our new bathrooms.”
– S. Shah
“We hired LoneStar Design Build to completely remodel two of our guest bathrooms to provide a brighter and more usable space. Kathi, Don and Megan communicated well with us throughout the project and at the end did multiple walkthroughs to ensure we were happy. There were some issues with the tile install in one of the showers, but they fixed the issues and made sure the end result was to our expectations and of course at no extra cost to us. The entire team was very professional; I have already recommended this company to several neighbors.”
– B. Fielder