Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA.

Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA. 

Bath Oakland: Design Dana Wedel with Bill Urban for Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work Tessera Tile.

Bath Oakland: Design Dana Wedel with Bill Urban for Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work Tessera Tile. 

Kensington Baths. Design: Spitzley Construction Inc.

Kensington Baths. Design: Spitzley Construction Inc. 

Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA.

Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA. 

Bath Oakland: Design Dana Wedel with Bill Urban for Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work Tessera Tile.

Bath Oakland: Design Dana Wedel with Bill Urban for Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work Tessera Tile. 

Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA.

Berkeley Hills Bath. Architect: Jonathan Cohen FAIA. 

Shower Kensington: Design Clients and Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work  Tessera Tile.

Shower Kensington: Design Clients and Spitzley Construction, Inc., tile work Tessera Tile. 

Baths

There is an endless number of possibilities in designing and remodeling an existing bath or adding a new bath.

The myriad kinds of materials and products available for your final design is awesome: slate, granite and marble from Kenya or Brazil, unique lighting fixtures manufactured in the San Francisco Bay Area, exotic wood from all parts of the world used for floors, cabinets, moldings. The list is endless and the internet allows us to find them quickly.