DreamMaker Baths - DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen
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DreamMaker Baths

A tile shower open to the room provides a wonderful open feel of the space

His and her vanity cabinets allow for the homeowners to easily get ready at the same time

Wood paneling accent the bathroom

The main design focus is the free standing tub

A small bathroom feels much larger with creative cabinet designs and colors

The tile accents of the shower blend with the tile flooring

A tower on the countertops provides excellent bathroom storage

Simple yet elegant features and colors provide a warm feel for this newly renovated bathroom

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Full height and corner cabinets provide all the bathroom storage this family needs

Recessed medicine cabinets accent the window walls

Shaker style cabinet doors blend perfectly with the granite vanity tops and oil rubbed bronze faucets

Two knee walls in the shower allow for ample storage and seating

A custom bathtub was a key feature for the clients in this bathroom renovation

The shower ties seamlessly to the tile on the tub deck

A tall linen cabinet replaces the inefficient closet

Amazingly, the shower still tiles seamlessly to the tile on the tub deck

The colors in this bathroom remodel were selected based on a college football team

The black vanity cabinet blended well with the red sink, again, matching college colors

A frameless glass shower enclosure opens up the entire bathroom to feel more enticing

This shower was enlarged to use some previously wasted space in the bathroom

A reflection in the mirror shows the open floor plan and flow of this bathroom renovation

Tile countertops and custom sinks accent this unique bathroom design

A tile shower replaces where a never used tub was located

This shower was enlarged to use some previously wasted space in the bathroom

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