Magnificent Modern Bathroom in East Cobb

Recently, Atlanta Curb Appeal wrapped up a gorgeous bathroom in East Cobb. New clean lines have transformed this once cramped bathroom into a modern showcase.

They found Atlanta Curb Appeal through two neighbors, who each had had their bathrooms renovated by Atlanta Curb Appeal in the past year. Their decision to renovate their bathroom was simple. It was dated. It wasn’t practical. It wasn’t working for them.

To begin the project, Atlanta Curb Appeal gutted their entire space and reconfigured the layout. They started by relocating the shower and vanities. The original shower was small and tucked behind the door in the back of the bathroom.

Atlanta Curb Appeal typically tries to make the shower the focal point when entering the room, since it’s a feature piece. A seat niche was added to enjoy the full spray of the shower. Showerheads and valves should always be replaced on bathroom renovations since entire walls would have to be ripped out if anything went wrong the old tubing. The client selected the latest in modern bath hardware, a square showerhead.

A quartz countertop vanity was added next. It’s a more durable material and harder than granite. Porcelain tile flooring was selected from Floor and Décor.

Next up was the moving of the toilet area. While the tub remained in the same space, the entire closest was modified to make it more functional. There is a natural flow now between the two areas.

Above the tub is the coup d’etat, a Chulilly-like chandelier that the client personally picked out. It brings a fresh style that you instantly notice when you enter the room.

Overall, this particular renovation took seven weeks because custom countertops had to come in on special order. The homeowners loved the finished project and are thrilled with their new, modern bathroom from Atlanta Curb Appeal.

Call today for your free estimate, 770-778-1172.


10 Things To Ask Yourself Before A Bathroom Remodel

10 Things to Ask Yourself Before A Bathroom Remodel

1. Keep the same layout or expand? If the work requires a partial or full demolition, it’s a good idea to explore all of your options and possibilities.

2. In the shower, consider adding soap niches and/or a bench.

3. Consider tiling the walls all the way to the ceiling in the shower.

4. What kind of a door do you want for the shower? These days, the majority of our customers choose a frameless glass door (as shown in picture at top).

5. Add some accent tile in the shower walls and floor. You can also tie it to the vanity backsplash for consistency.

6. What style do you want for the new vanities, new mirrors and new light fixtures?

7. Consider backsplash around your bathtub.

8. Replace the bathroom window. Older windows date the room.

9. Make sure you have enough light by the vanities and in the shower. Recessed can lighting is one option.

10. Don’t forget a good quiet venting system.


Thanks for reading!

Atlanta Bathroom Remodeling

by Atlanta Curb Appeal

You Aren’t Going to Believe What This Customer Said About Our Bathroom Work

Recently, a client of ours called us back for a new job. After we were finished she left us a review online (scroll to the end of article to see it).  This month we also share ’10 Things to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Bathroom Remodel‘.


The Back Story

Two years ago we had completed some interior paintwork for her. Recently, she realized that at some point in the future she was going to be selling her home and that her bathroom had never been updated.

Did you know that the two big things appraisers look at when estimating the value of a home is whether or not the kitchen and bathroom is updated?


She called us in to give a quote, which we happily did. Our estimate ended up being half the cost of another bid. The reason we can do this is because Atlanta Curb Appeal is flexible when it comes to the needs or choices of our customers. She decided to pick out her own tile and fixtures and this brought down the price of the job.


As in many cases, Atlanta Curb Appeal was able to expand the shower by removing some walls and utilizing some of the unused corner space. The finished product was a bathroom that was substantially larger and considerably more useful.


This was a very cut and dry job, we did not encounter any challenges. It only took two weeks to complete. To say the client is thrilled is an understatement.

I have used Atlanta Curb Appeal twice now and have been very pleased on both occasions.  My first experience was to remove wallpaper and repaint my home.  Avi’s crew were punctual, respectful of my home and very neat and efficient.  I told him then that when the next project arose he would be my first call.  Needless to say his estimate was almost 1/2 of his competitor.  The next project which was just completed was the complete remodel of my master bath.  Wow, it is so gorgeous.  I liked that he allowed me to purchase all the materials and he quoted me just labor.  He always kept up with me on progress and my satisfaction with the work his sub-contractors were doing.  Never felt like I was alone and he answered any and all questions promptly.  He also uses top quality sub-contractors.  I liked them all and trusted them in my home.  My next project will be an exterior transformation and Avi and Atlanta Curb Appeal will be the only call I make.”


Check out 10 Things You Need To Consider Before a Bathroom Remodel!


Thanks for reading!
Avi Moyal
Atlanta Curb Appeal


Modern Bathroom Remodel by Atlanta Curb Appeal

Gorgeous Master Bathroom Remodel in Atlanta

Atlanta rain can be nice, especially when the pollen is covering our neighborhoods like a yellow sheet of snow. However, when it’s starts pouring inside the house, then you’ve got problems. This particular Atlanta Curb Appeal bathroom remodeling job started because a neighbor’s pipe burst in his condo in Buckhead.

Marble Tile Freestanding Soaking Tub Installation Atlanta Curb Appeal

Marble Tile, Freestanding Soaking Tub

Unfortunately, the entire unit was flooded. The company handling the removal of drywalls and floors, D.O.N.E. Restoration of Marietta, gave us a call to see if we would be interested in helping out in the re-construction process. We fixed the missing drywall, painted the unit and replaced the hardwood floors. The customer was so happy with our work, he decided to go ahead and renovate the Master Bathroom.

Decisions to Be Made
First the client had to decide if he was going to keep the same layout or expand. If you are going to have to demolition the bathroom anyways, you should consider all possibilities. Together we came up with a plan to enlarge his bathroom by taking some of the square footage from a big walk-in closet located behind the shower. In this new space he was able to do a bigger shower, add a freestanding soaking tub (it is deeper than a standard tub) and a double vanity. This is the definition of modern comfort and luxury in today’s American home.

Modern Bathroom Computer Controlled

Modern Faucets Computer Controlled

Choosing Materials
Next came selecting the materials. The client himself picked out the new marble tile and thermostat faucets. This modern bathroom is like something out of the future. The water system has automatic temperature control directed by a computer behind the wall. This computer is connected to all the water valves for the shower and bath.

Modern Thermostat for Showers

Modern Shower Remembers Your Favorite Temperature

New Bathroom Technology
In the shower, we added the latest technology, a computer temperature control valve. These controlled valves not only keep the water the optimal temperature but also allow the user to preset according to your personal choice. These new showers have the added bonus of avoiding dangerous scalds.

Bathroom Remodel in Buckhead by Atlanta Curb Appeal

Bathroom Remodel in Buckhead by Atlanta Curb Appeal

As you can imagine it was a big challenge to install all of these components and pipes inside the walls and then connect them to the computer box. We built it so that you could fully access the back-end for future maintenance. Also before we installed the new shower and tub we had to change the water lines and drain system under the floor to make space for the new location of the tub and shower.

Job Time
This bathroom remodel time took 3 weeks. We did all the work from beginning to end. Including a big demolition.

In our next post we are going to discuss questions you should ask yourself when remodeling a bathroom.

Thanks for reading,
Avi Moyal,
Atlanta Curb Appeal (owner)