Take Center Stage
The master bath, with its central glass block shower, skylight and pair of windows, establishes an open, naturally bright retreat consistent with the rest of the living space.
|"Even though we wanted to create a bath that was really different, we never lost sight of the fact that it must be functional, too."
— Jed Adams, Pitt Building Co.
This spec-built model home in Round Rock, Texas, features a contemporary design, giving the builder a signature product in a competitive custom market within a larger, master-planned community. The home’s style is a deliberate departure from the traditional look that characterizes the builder’s portfolio. “We wanted to accentuate the fact that we are a custom builder and can design and build anything the client wants,” says Jed Adams, operations manager for Pitt Building Co. “The creation of living space that really brings the outdoors inside was an important design element for this home.” The master bath, with its central glass block shower, skylight and pair of windows, establishes an open, naturally bright retreat consistent with the rest of the living space.
Style of Home | Contemporary
Location | Round Rock, Texas
Total Square Footage | 4,490
Market Value | $700,000
Builder/Designer | Pitt Building Co., Round Rock
Interior Design | Carol Dishman, Paper Walls & Floor Co., Austin, Texas
Target Market | Executive couple with older children
Major Products Used | Tile (13-inch): Cabrera, Tibet color (floor, wall, countertops) | Tile (1-inch): Riveria, tumbled slate | Glass Block: Pittsburgh Corning, 6x8-inch | Lighting: Sea Gull, round design with brushed nickel accent | Sinks: Kohler, stainless steel | Toilet: Toto | Cabinetry: custom, white oak | Plumbing Fixtures: Price Pfister, satin nickel finish with chrome accents | Exhaust Fan: Broan | Wall Paint: Kelly Moore, Spanish Sand color | Trim Paint: Benjamin Moore, Texas Leather color | Windows: Atrium Aluminum Insulated Windows | Skylight: Birdview, bronze over clear finish
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