Essential and Personal, Yet Full of Beauty
And Pride
Baths and Vanities
Joseph Moore knows that for his clients the bath is where private comfort, blended with sensual elegant design, begins. Above is an elaborately tiled step-up tub in a spacious master bath for two.  Built-in his and her vanities flank the deep oval tub.  To the right, first is and arch enclosed tub, which Joseph created at his client’s request for  a feeling of secure privacy. Next is a guest vanity in the same home created with a distinct contemporary look to complement the home.
Below a vanity of dark cherry wood  sits outside a more private bath.
Catching big air
Often simplicity in design brings a necessary balance.
In this Moore design curved cabinetry supports an elliptical countertop with a deep basin sink.
Where Creativity          can be boundless
Baths especially lend themselves to creative expression. To the left is a unique contemporary bath.   Reflected in the mirror is a glass tiled wall and shower.  The larger than life flower pattern is that of an exact photo, computer copied and printed section by section in reverse, onto the back of each tile.  In a unique process called “sublimation” any photo can be reproduced in this way. This bathroom is finished with white German porcelain fixtures.
Simple fixtures can compliment complex designs.  At left, a plain yet elegant wooden medicine cabinet sits above an ornate back splash.   Below a basic pedestal sink is surrouded by an elaborate tile design.
Joseph extends the use of built-in elements.  Above, as can be seen in both photos, he creatively used bull nose tile to form a mirror frame.  He will often suggest this unique application to his clients.
The double vanity below was entirely created by Joseph. The use of dark stained wood and light marble is a striking contrast.
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The use of built-in elements in vanities and baths can add both utility and stlye.
Another imaginative use of tile trim surrounds a step up tub