This is my third shower I tiled in the Dreamland Home. It is also the Master Bathroom shower tile. The back wall (opposite the shower head), was a lot of work and has a lot of detail. It has 6 cubby holes for shampoos and soap bottles, and a seat that ran across the back. It also had diamond patterns, trim, and edge tiles. These pictures don’t do it justice. It came out looking great!! Click to view more pictures.Read the rest of this entry »
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This was a slightly bigger project. The customer wanted; the 70’s acoustic ceiling removed, re-textured the same as the walls, new paint colors, Crown molding installed, new ceiling fan, new baseboards, carpeting removed, and new tile installed. The tile they had chosen was a close color match to their existing hallway and kitchen. The homeowners didn’t have a design of what they wanted the tile to look like. So I designed this pattern, and made sure the grout lines and tile flowed into the existing tile in the hallway. Overall it was a fun project and turned out to be a really nice Den for the husband.
This was my first tile job in the Dreamland Home. I made sure the grout lines flowed through the shower walls and transferred through to the floor tile. The tile inside the shower, on the floor I did in a diamond pattern. It has a raised seat and a feature strip. The homeowner liked the larger tile with the turtle and Palm Trees and wanted them installed at eye level with a border. The seat also has 3 small tiles that have fish on them. So when you are facing the shower head you are looking at the Turtle tile. The crown border tiles added a nice touch to give it more depth.Read the rest of this entry »
This is my second shower I tiled in the Dreamland Home. It has 3 tiled cubby holes on the outside for storage of towels, shampoos, soaps, etc. Inside the shower there is a large tiled shelf for these items too, up higher. It has a diamond pattern on floor tiles. The green and yellow tiles were also placed in the flooring tiles. The crown border tiles added a nice touch to give it more depth.Read the rest of this entry »
This is a 8,500sq ft home I built from April 2005-June 2007 while employed with Dreamland Development. The walls were made of a product called Rastra Blocks. This is a Green Building Material and a superior building material. I was fortunate enough to work with this material. Since it is Not a well-known material in many areas, it was interesting to work with this material.Read the rest of this entry »