Weston Hills’ Master Bathroom Remodel Is Repeat Business for D&B Tile
When Claire Gallagher decided to remodel the master bath in her Weston Hills home, she turned to a few old friends who had served her well in the past. The first call was to Tile & Marble Designs by Anthony who then coordinated with Gene Sanders at the Sunrise location of D&B Tile Distributors. They found contemporary tile for the shower walls and floor and a non-skid wood-look tile by Atlas Concorde for the new floor.
“I first went to D&B Tile about 12 years ago to replace the floor tile in the entire home. They were very helpful and narrowed down what was trending at the time. I had 12 inch builder tile throughout the home. We talked about the difference between rectified and non-rectified. They gave me samples to take home, which was a big help.
“We selected 18×18 tile and they are now installed throughout our home. Tiles and Marble Designs by Anthony was recommended by D&B initially and we were very pleased with the installation. As you can imagine, tearing out existing tile is a dusty, noisy job. Anthony took care of everything. His crew showed up on time and seemed very knowledgeable. He advised me on the design of the layout.
“At the end of the first project, he replaced the builder-grade baseboards with a larger, more stylish design that made a lot of difference in the appearance. Five years later we refinished the pool and bought pool tile from D&B again. We didn’t build this house, we bought the home in 1994. After 23 years, we decided the master bathroom was out of date. It needed a lot of work.
“I was undecided what to do about the original tub but Anthony convinced me to replace it. Combined with the new tile throughout, the free-standing tub made a big difference in the appearance of the bathroom. Anthony introduced me to his craftsmen and the entire team was meticulous. I trusted him to bring in a good crew. They worked on their own while I was at work and all showed up and performed in a professional manner.
Floor tile in bathroom is Atlas Concorde Legend Magnolia 8×24.
“D&B initially recommended Anthony and we have been extremely satisfied with his work over the years. Friends and neighbors are all impressed. He advised me on placing the tub and actually bought a chandelier for me to go over the tub during a trip to Home Depot. He picked it out and said he would return it I didn’t like it.
“The entire experience, which extends back many years has been pleasant and professional. We are very pleased with the tile, the installation and service after the sale. I would recommend everyone involved without question, “ said Claire.
Tile & Marble Designs by Anthony has been licensed & Insured for 23 years and works mostly in Broward County. They install marble and tile from around the world and specialize in complete bathroom remodeling. They also do custom backsplashes as well as countertops, pool decks, walkways and patios.
Keros Ceramica is an international company specializing in manufacturing and sale of wall and floor ceramic tiles, with more than 40 years of experience in the industry. They are based in Spain.
Atlas Concorde is a global specialist in premium porcelain and wall tiles for every style and application in residential, commercial and public architecture. Being global specialists means excellence in the level of design and technology in each type of surface, making it possible to always offer designers and end users the best solution for each application. They have offices in Paris, France, office and plant in Modenese, Italy, office and production plant in Moscow, Russia and office and production plant in Franklin, TN, USA.
Bati Orient home office is in Cavaillon, France. Their US office is located in Houston, TX. They specialize in superior quality pebbles, marbles, slates, and quartzites.
See many selections of porcelain stone by Atlas Concorde, and other beautiful tile, stone and marble selections at our nine conveniently located stores in South Florida.
Remember, the first step to beautiful design is stepping into D&B Tile.
Photographs and article by G. Richard Booth