A well designed and tailored bathroom has the power to start your day with a positive mindset and even cure a long, stressful day. That’s why your bathroom should be your own, comfortable oasis at home.
As a full-service, design-build studio, Concept II has been designing and installing personalized, luxury bathrooms for over 50 years. We work with you on every detail of your bathroom remodel - from cabinets and flooring to tile and hardware - to make it both functional and relaxing.
Our quality products combined with our artisanal approach focuses on every detail to produce a custom bathroom—designed for you— that meets the highest quality standards.
Selecting Materials & Finishes
Our exclusive product portfolio includes a wide variety of bathroom cabinets, flooring, sinks, bathtubs, hardware, tile and stone - each available in a variety of luxury finishes. Together, these materials will create a timeless, elegant design for your bathroom that is full of hand-crafted luxury you won’t find anywhere else.
Designing Your Bathroom
Never compromising quality for time, we provide you with realistic schedules and a consistent project team from design to installation to manage every aspect of your bathroom remodel. Every Concept II bathroom is created by our expert design team, in collaboration with you. From initial idea gathering and concept development to material selection and installation – our attention to detail, quality craftsmanship and commitment to excellence ensure that your bathroom remodel will be seamless.
Our Design Process
We work with you through our collaborative, streamlined process to understand the specific details of your project. Our attention to detail and commitment to excellence ensures your new space comes together seamlessly.
An experienced designer works with you to learn more about your project. Together, you explore initial ideas, reference photos for inspiration, review likes and dislikes, assess the scope of work and identify any budget or timeline considerations. We will also review our Design Process and Agreement with you, which includes a design retainer to move forward with the next phase of the project.
Our team visits your home to take measurements and photos that will be used to reference throughout the project. That time is also useful to review your current space and further discuss the vision for the project. Here, we start to investigate any potential construction considerations such as mechanicals, load-bearing walls, electrical service, wall straightness, and more.
We use the measurements and details gathered to layout your space and create detailed floor plans and elevations. We then invite you into the showroom to review the initial design concepts and detailed project scope. This comprehensive presentation will review the recommended design and materials for your project. This iterative process of concept development and review continues until the design is complete.
Once the design is finalized, we will work with you to select the materials and products that will be used for your project. We will then review a detailed a budget sheet based on the project scope and selected materials. Upon approval, we order all the necessary materials to complete your project and create a detailed schedule for your job.
Throughout the installation process, our installers work alongside your designer and project manager to ensure every detail comes together. We handle all deliveries of materials from our warehouse to the jobsite and make sure your design is implemented exactly how it was envisioned. At the end of the install, we conduct a post-project walkthrough to review your new space and answer any questions that you have.
Discover Our Difference
We take pride in our ability to create a custom bathroom that meets your needs and aim to provide an excellent experience from start to finish. We sincerely want to ensure your complete satisfaction in any project we do with you. Our guiding principle – excellence through service ensures that we exceed your expectations throughout the entire process. Learn more about the Concept II Way.