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As with many of our clients we are provided several opportunities to work with them. After the repairs from a water damage, a new custom kitchen and powder room remodels, we were able to complete the other 2 bathrooms in the home. The master and hall bathroom were updated with Knotty Alder cabinets, Durango Creme travertine, and a beautiful rain forest marble countertop. All the colors and layouts came together with such elegance. We are extremely privileged to have the opportunity to do so many amazing projects with our clients. Thank you from all of us at Epic Interiors.

Finding a happy medium between rustic and traditional is always fun. This small bathroom took a huge transition by raising the ceiling 12", removing the original bathtub and shower enclosure, and making a huge walk in shower. The blend of light and dark colors make the room very inviting and larger that it is. We do love our barnwood. The wood look porcelain tiles in the shower make you feel as if in a rustic farmhouse, but the blend of marble on the floor a charcoal vanity kept it from being too much.

This Master bath need some love from its original state. Some times a pout layout can close a space off. Epic removed everything. All the plumbing was replaced and rerouted, allowing us to open the room and provide a much more user friendly function. A new alcove tub was install with a small tub deck at the back, a niche with cement tiles and glass shelves made that area very elegant. A new shower with white matte finish tile, carrara marble shower pan, and wood look tile accents made the shower much more open. The shampoo niche is huge, cement tiles accent the niche and provides a lot of usable area. The toilet was relocated to allow for a larger floor plan. Custom knotty Alder vanity, and quartz countertop added a rustic warmth to the bathroom. The ceiling was re-framed and a faux wood beam, stained to match the vanity added to the distinct rustic feel. The knotty Alder pocket door was added to provide a quite, more private feeling when needed. The topper is a oil rubbed bronze chandelier to match the vanity sconces dim to set the right mood when a soak in the tub in required. This is truly a Master Suite, and really makes you want to sit and enjoy.

We just finished 3 bathroom remodels in a project in Tustin. The customers purchased a home and wanted to add there flair to it. Looking forward to other projects with them in the future.

We removed a window and added a new one above the new position of the shower. By turning the shower a long the back it opened the room considerably, and allowed us to add a linen cabinet for more storage. A new custom built offset vanity with granite top and rectangle sinks gave the owners more day to day storage. New lighting, mirrors, and paint brighten it up a bunch!

Epic was given the opportunity to remodel the Master Bathroom of someone close to my family. I had fun designing the room with her. We feel this is one elegant finished room. The colors warm the room and make it very inviting. Tumbled travertine versi floors, mini versi in the shower pan and niche, smooth travertine with the dark brown mini stack stone. We added some extra touches like , the stack between the mirrors and the vanity lights coming through the mirrors. The homeowner chose specialty lighting fixtures and the chandelier topped it all off!

Epic did a complete remodel of 2 Full bathrooms, Powder Room, and the hallway Linen cabinets. Cabinets and vanities were custom built to increase the storage for each bathroom. Granite countertops, Ceramic tile showers and flooring, and custom mirrors finished each room. The customer did a great job selecting colors and textures that all complimented one another. We are looking forward to the next project.

Custom shower, Frameless glass bypass shower door, Custom built vanity and Crema Marfil Marble top, New plumbing throughout, Tile flooring.

Remodeling a small space to create storage and texture is always tough. We had the opportunity to recreate this space with Grey tones that warmed the room. Custom vanity, granite countertops, framed mirrors, custom medicine niche, new shower enclosure and tile complete a updated Mst. bathroom. Pocket door with wardrobe mirror inset, and barn doors provide privacy and a great new look. We also added a full height linen and storage cabinet. Great work from our team and wonderful family to work with. Thank you.

New tub with marble look porcelain tile, with a beautiful accent design. Quartz countertop on a new vanity. Updated plumbing throughout, with new chrome finish trims. Just waiting on a new shower door to set it all off.

Mr. & Mrs. Levy wanted a mountain retreat. I think we achieved it. It looks like something I would find back home in Montana not in Southern California. Wood look a like tile surrounds the cut river rock shower floor.The tub was accented with the old fashion water spicket, antique bronze fixtures fit perfectly. We also raised the frame-less glass as to not intrude at seeing all the detail.

Epic had the privilege to work with this family who had just moved here from Texas, to update the Master Bathroom and the Hall Bathroom in their home. We chose to use Travertine tile in the master suite and it added a very elegant look to the room. The hall bathroom we used a beautiful ceramic tile for durability for the kids. Both rooms look great in their completion.

Epic was asked to create that high end hotel spa master bathroom. With the ideas and colors the homeowner had in mind, we found colors and textures to really make this one stand out. With Travertine tiles in 2 different sizes, a decorative liner and a beautiful medallion, deeper sink cabinets and the linen tower, I think this could be found at any resort spa. Very elegant and inviting.

Completed 2 bathroom remodels with white custom built vanities, travertine tile, granite counter tops which make these bathrooms clean and sophisticated in appearance. The colors and textures make these smaller rooms very elegant and spacious. We added new recessed can lights, exhaust fans, new mirrors, and a custom frameless shower door. The tile detailing flows through the backsplash, shower enclosures, and wainscot brought it all together.

This is the second large project with Patty & Paul. Last year we remodeled the Kitchen, and we also completed 2 water damage dry downs and repairs with them prior to that. The Mst Bathroom was a mix of beige and grey, all earth tones. The blend turned out really nice. Epic built a custom vanity with the addition of the lower drawers for additional storage, a custom Statuary Marble top. The tile from the shower and tub surround carried over to the backsplash and aided in balancing the room. We built and installed floating linen shelves, and the addition of the tiled shadow box with glass shelving finished very well. The shower was is 12x24 Travertine with a decorative Polygon tile, also 12x24, added just enough color. We finished the shampoo niche with a glass shelf so not to take away from the tile. It was a pleasure to work along side these homeowners and we look forward to the next project. I think its the downstairs guest bathroom.

The classic white did not stop at the kitchen. Black and white tile floor and accent in shower walls. White subway walls and beadboard cabinet with black granite top. The classic country continues in the hall bath. Frameless glass shower doors allowed it all to stand out, and the polished chrome fixtures brightened it up.

When she said color, we got color. Pam found small colorful subway tiles and that is what started this bathroom transformation. We took colors from the tile to find the yellow for our custom built vanity, plumbing fixture accent shelves, and grey for the ceramic tile flooring. It is bold and really will stand out. At the completion we were a bit surprised how well it went together. It is a lot of color but she got exactly what she asked for. Her artwork and features tie into the room perfectly. Thank you Pam and Steve for allowing us the opportunity to work with you on all your projects.

I have to say that the upstairs bathroom remodel was to date one of the smallest spaces with the biggest outcome. The bathroom was original and dated, and in dire need of a remodel. We were able to completely update it with a completely new shower with clear glass door, new plumbing fixtures and a rain shower head. The use of grey tones in different textures brightened the room, and allowed the ample natural light to reflect. A new corner cabinet with quartz, new single light pocket door, and new LED can lights saved the day. We built a new medicine cabinet with laminate glass bypass panels to make the cabinet look like part of the vanity. we were given the opportunity to continue working at this home and the next task was to remodel the master bathroom. By looking at the pictures of what we were taking out, you can be sure an update was not the only thing going to happen. There was a planter box in the back of the shower that was removed and the small window replaced with a new piece of chipped glass.The plumbing was all updated and travertine wall tile and stack stone installed for a great rustic theme. We wanted a reclaimed wood vanity so we ordered an Amish built piece from Indiana. A travertine countertop, mahogany door with laminate obscure glass panel, and ORB fixtures finished off so well. The touching part, are the towel bars, hooks, and toilet paper holder, were the original pieces from the bathroom. The homeowners wife was a collector of antiquities, so we felt it only right to brighten them up and put them back. Thank you for a great opportunity!

This condo bathroom needed some updating. Our customer allowed us to do something fun with the tile surround. We built a new frame allowing us create 3 different elevations in the back wall with the grey tile and metal edge detail. The shampoo niche is almost 12" deep and adding the glass shelf gave us tons of storage. We used white tile on the side walls to accent the tub and make the grey tile pop. The grey tile was also used on the floor, a white vanity and white quartz top was installed, and a grey tone paint cleaned it all up nicely. Sometimes simple is good. Thank you to our customer for a great bathroom project.

This is a first for us. We have done so many white tile showers and tub surrounds. Everything goes smooth until the manufacturer can not get the color WHITE correct. We installed and removed tile 3 times on this bathroom because of inconsistent color. You can see in the pictures what tiles were replaced, trying to fix the issue. In the end we started completely over. So much time and labor was lost on this project. To say the least tempers were high, confidence was lost, and our customer was at the end of their rope. My teams hard-work, dedication, and attitude saved the project. In the end, perseverance paid off with a beautiful Master Bathroom. Whites and greys, and a happy balance of textures made it work so well.

Our customer gave me the chance to do something different in her small bathroom to open up the space. The dark tile with glass tile inlay and the lighter grey floor that runs into the shower pan really made it feel bigger. White vanity with granite top and rectangle sink. We also removed the old medicine cabinet and created an open shelf cubby for an additional ascent.

Mr. Smith got a warm inviting bathroom, and Mrs. Smith got the beach cottage style. Both styles turned out great. So we are now ready for another one, I think replacing all the doors and casing is next.

Great Master Bathroom Remodel. We really liked working with this tile. The 12x24 gave us the expansive design, the liner brought a great depth into the colors. The customer gave a chance build them a vanity that gave us a lot of storage with out being a full height tower. Special order fixtures and lightning brought it all together. Another fun project with great customers.

After completing necessary repairs from a water damage our customer gave us the opportunity to remodel the Hall Bath for their boys. New tile shower surround, frameless glass bypass shower door, new vanity with granite top, over the john cabinet, lighting, exhaust fan w/ timer switch, wood look tile flooring, and topped it off with a fresh coat of paint.

The Master Bathroom in this home is now a showcase. The customers selected the materials to brighten a standard builder grade room and transform it. Marble look ceramic tile walls and tub surround, wood look tile flooring, and custom white vanity added so much to the space. We finished it with an amazing paint color, quartz countertop, rectangle sinks, and brushed satin nickel plumbing fixtures.

Once the Hall bath was complete we set our sights to create an incredible Master Suite. New knotty Alder barn doors lead into the new Master Bathroom with wood look tile flooring, new custom built vanities and linen storage, granite countertops, lighting, a full width beveled mirror. The old shower and tub was removed to allow for a new layout for the stand up shower stall. Pony walls were added, which included shower niches, a bench, and ceramic tile with flat stone accent tile made this the perfect galley style master suite.

Epic and our team worked to find the correct mix of possible and impossible. We were able to take a standard master bathroom and transform it into a Mst. Retreat these customers love. Custom build grey vanity and make-up table, Carrera Marble tile shower enclosure, freestanding tub, white quartz countertops. Epic even removed and installed new windows, removed the old mirrored closet doors and added a new wardrobe mirrored pocket door to the closet. Then the herringbone pattern Carrera marble floor. Photos just don't quite do it justice. Thank you to our customers for a great project. It exceeded all expectations.

Epic removed the original bath tub and reconfigured the shower to open it up to the room and add some space. Custom cabinets were built to add storage, and functionality. The mix of travertine and ceramic slate look-a-like tiles created a warm and invited room. Granite counter tops with rectangle sinks, new lighting and beveled edge mirrors brought just the right balance to the his and hers set up. A great project for the Epic team and a great customers to work with.

Many More On The Way!

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