Movike Design has designed and project-managed renovations of a variety of detached homes, townhouses and apartments in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Please see some select projects below:
UPPER TSAWWASSEN: Both bathrooms were renovated in this large family home in Tsawwassen. The client was open to integrating color into the Ensuite color scheme and also adding a textured with a geometrical pattern. We used Brushed Bronze Kohler fixtures as well as a bronze finish for the handles and chandelier above the freestanding tub. A Fiora shower base was installed in the main bath, which is almost flush with the floor. All cabinet custom, all counters Caesarstone.
ENSUITE: The drop in tub was replaced with a freestanding tub and the enclosed shower stall was replaced with a curbless shower
MAIN BATH: We took out the tub and replaced it with a Fiora shower base, which is almost flush to the floor tile. Instead of a niche, we installed a shampoo shelf - grab bar combo for visitors with mobility issues.
NORTH DELTA: This is a recent bathroom reno is North Delta for the main bath and the ensuite. Both bathrooms needed to look more spacious and the ensuite was made accessible with a curbless shower.
ENSUITE: The drop in tub was removed and replaced with a curbless shower. New vanities with Caesarstone counters were added. All tiles are Ames. We also installed a fold down seat instead of a bench to make the walk in more spacious.
The Main Bath was enlarged by removing the pork chop vanity and build out, which was replaced with a ledge for storage. Floating shelves also add storage space and the glass shower enclosure makes the bathroom look more spacious as well.
RICHMOND: This spacious townhouse in Richmond needed a new kitchen and ensuite. We replaced the vanity with a floating vanity and a night light underneath that's on a motion sensor (clients idea). To add spaciousness, we kept the color scheme quite monochrome. In the kitchen, we use a metallic Ann Sacks tile as a backsplash to add some sparkles. Cabinets and cabinet design is by CITATION.
This is a bathroom renovation in a detached home. In addition to some structural changes (removing the walls for a planned but unfinished sauna) the bathroom was gutted. The new curbless shower makes the room look much bigger. Wainscoting was added to create a country look. The color palette is kept neutral with grays and whites to get a timeless look. Color can always be added with accessories. All the cabinetry is custom made, including the storage unit and bench. The LED light above the mirror is on a dimmer. The countertop is Caesarstone engineeered quartz, the handles are Bradford.
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