Zeus Design Build


Piedmont Bathroom Remodel – Confined No More

Fresh and modern, this reworking of a narrow upstairs bathroom made it feel much bigger, brighter, and cleaner. The dividing wall between the tub/shower and the commode was chopped to waist height, bringing in lots of natural light. Large tiles, a graphite-colored custom double sink, and a natural-wood sliding door are elegant choices to further flatter the space.

Another bathroom in the home was updated with a sleek and original approach. The glass shower stall opened things up, ensuring a bright, contemporary space. Details such as trapezoid-shaped glass tiles, a custom poured-concrete shower pan, and a wooden drainboard add interest. The handsome wood vanity holds a vessel sink wth a contrasting custom counter, with plenty of storage below.

The unique geometric shape of the shower tiles creates extra interest, while the wooden shower drain insert adds a touch of rustic warmth. This technique eliminates the need to mar this lovely slab stone shower floor with an ugly drain!

Stone, Glass, Wood, and Copper

A symphony of elements play together beautifully in this showstopper of an ensuite bathroom. A slate wall extends into the rest of the master suite, separated by a window above the stairs, allowing the bathroom to share the canyon views. The other walls are tiled in smart, bright white subway tiles that match the glossy vessel sink mounted on the custom black walnut vanity. The warm reclaimed wood of the rafters is complemented by the glowing copper floor, painstakingly tiled with real pennies.

Simpson: Clever Period Remodel

The Simpsons were so happy with their kitchen remodel that they asked Zeus Design Build back to tackle their bathroom. Although it was a small space, they wanted to completely restore the room to its craftsman aesthetic, adding contemporary elements where appropriate.

A traditional white and blue color scheme was chosen, complete with minute hexagonal floor tiles. The shower and bath were given a blue glass tile accent, a curved hotel shower rail gave more space to a 50-inch tub, and a place to hang towels.

A clever add-on to the custom cabinets included in-drawer power supply for use with hairdryers or shavers. A double sink unit, framed with white Carrara marble gave the simple cabinetry a touch of luxury. A custom mirror, flanked by frosted lighting, completed the remodel.