Bathroom Blues to Bathroom Beautiful – Cory Laws, Details Home Services

You come home from a long day, exhausted, a bit irritated from the commute, needing to unwind. Drop your purse on the counter and head to the master bedroom to change. Stepping into your master bath, what do you see – a sea of white tile the builder left you, or a personal sanctuary where the patina of the daily grind melt away? The choice is yours!

At Details Home Services, we specialize in transforming your dreams to reality. By focusing on the prime value areas of the home – kitchens, basements, and baths, we build dreams; and equity. Here are three projects, with before and after pictures. Each used existing space only. While the space may have been re-configured, all three were accomplished using only the original footprint. No closet or other space was encroached on.

Whatever your dream, for budgets large and small, Details Home Services can make it a reality. You expect a great result. You should also expect a great process that gets you there. We listen, we understand, and we deliver. We can do it for you. Modern design, coupled with old school craftsmanship. We handle the Details so you don’t have to!

The owner had a vision, and sketched out a minor floorplan revision for better flow and appeal. The biggest differences are the size of the shower and smaller vanities. But the choice of materials, and the execution during installation were breathtaking. It required 9 full days just to do the tile work, but the result is perfection.

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CR Guest Bath– This is in a condo. The owners had remodeled much of it, but this bath was in dire need of a makeover. It’s the standard hall bath layout, but again, the finishing materials and execution turned drab to stunning! Note the same towels and picture on the left wall, plus sculpture on the toilet. Ecstatic barely describes their emotions.

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Trotter Master Bath – Developers have different priorities when designing neighborhoods. They opt for safe and bland for widest “appeal”. But does the master bath have to be cramped and devoid of character? We say not. This bath had an external 3’ vanity, with a toilet, small pedestal sink, and a 48” shower stall inside. Hideous was a generous description. We removed the inner wall, created a new entry, and delivered a truly transformational space.

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By Cory Laws
Founder and CEO
Details Home Services

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