Silicon Valley is home to tech giants like Apple, eBay, and Facebook, and it also houses some of the most modern and elaborate headquarter facilities in the United States. When Steve Jobs envisioned Apple Park, he obsessed over every detail, from the type of stone to the location of the bathrooms. Steve Jobs believed that bathroom design was critical to a well-functioning space. While helping create the design for a new Pixar headquarters, he rallied for only one set of bathrooms that would be centrally located to encourage a collaborative atmosphere.

When remodeling a bathroom at home, many of us don’t have the resources of a visionary tech giant, but Silicon Valley is full of bathroom remodel contractors who aim to make all your bathroom remodeling ideas come true. The following companies provide home remodeling projects throughout Silicon Valley, and they excel at bathroom design in particular. They were selected for their accolades, credentialed staffs, and their prestigious service areas. No matter what your bathroom projects may be, these contractors can help you realize the new bathroom of your dreams while keeping bathroom remodeling costs to a minimum.

If you are thinking about building a custom home, we recommend checking each builder’s license with the local licensing board, speaking to past clients, and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes from at least 3 contractors. Getting multiple bids is the best way to ensure you get a fair price and that bids include the complete scope of work.

14) De Mattei

1794 The Alameda, San Jose, CA 95125

De Mattei has completed nearly 2,000 custom homes and residential remodeling projects in some of the wealthiest parts of Silicon Valley. This customer-focused Silicon Valley general contractor was founded in 1985 by President and Owner Mark De Mattei. Since then, the company has been selected as a Top 500 Remodeler by Qualified Remodeler Magazine on multiple occasions, and was chosen as one of the Largest Residential Contractors in the area by Silicon Valley Business Journal. In 2015, the company’s revenue from general contracting on local residential projects was $34M.

Bathrooms are a key element to their whole-house designs and remodels. Many feature double vanities, decorative tile framing marble sinks, spa showers lined with subway tile, and freestanding tubs carefully positioned to soak up natural light through large windows. Some include whimsical touches, like tilework resembling seashells arranged beneath large, round bathroom mirrors. In a remodel project in Mountain View, the recessed wall above the luxurious bathtub contains soft, yellow lighting against a patch of earth-colored tile.

13) TBS Construction

3283 De La Cruz Blvd, Santa Clara, CA, 95054

TBS provides custom homes, home remodeling projects, additions, and round-the-clock emergency service. A full-service design-build contractor, TBS works on both commercial and residential properties, with a particular strength in kitchen and bath remodels.

In a remodel project in Los Gatos, TBS Construction aimed for an Art Nouveau-style powder room. They created intricate blossom-like designs and geometric patterns around the exterior of the wooden cabinets, from the feet to the drawers and handles. The sink is a deep-set, traditional vanity above an antique mirror that rests on a marble floor.

In a completely different bathroom remodel in Atherton, TBS built a modern sauna with high-end products and cutting-edge technology. The bathroom contains earth-tone marble and tile to achieve a sense of serenity, and the spa section is filled with creamy-colored woodwork and modern bathroom lighting projecting soft and gentle glows. The sauna includes multilayered benches, complete with miniature pillows and retractable backrests. TBS is operated by M. Grigolia, CEO, a graduate of Georgia State University. Some of their many service areas include Woodside, Atherton, and Los Gatos.

12) Case Design/Remodeling

2157 O’Toole Avenue, Suite 70, San Jose, CA 95131

Case Design/Remodeling’s leadership team has a combined 100 years of experience in construction and remodeling. They have received several awards and honors for kitchen and bath projects, including 15 National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Meta awards for kitchens. President Jim Kabel has a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, and he holds Certified Remodeler credentials through NARI.

The company offers building and remodeling services in parts of Silicon Valley, such as Saratoga, Mountain View, San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Palo Alto. Kabel was selected by Remodeling Magazine as one of the Remodeling Big 50, and the company earned a spot on Qualified Remodeler’s Top 500 Remodelers list. The company has also received an Annual Market Leaders Award through Professional Remodeler.

Case Design/Remodeling bathroom remodels are modern and luxurious, such as the company’s bathroom remodel at a San Jose residence. The firm restructured the 107-square-foot space to create a bathroom in the image of a European boutique hotel bath. They installed a large air bathtub with a shower, a heated towel warmer, a great deal of storage space, and natural stone tucked within classic subway tile.

11) Barrios Wagner Builders

534 Horning Street, San Jose, CA 95112

Barrios Wagner Builders is a team of contractors and certified lead carpenters with decades of experience in the building industry. They offer home improvement services like whole-house remodels, additions, and kitchen and bathroom remodels in such areas as Palo Alto, Mountain View, San Jose, and Cupertino. Barrios Wagner Builders is run by Humberto Barrios and Mark Wagner, who worked for Chris Donatelli at Chris Donatelli Builders, a multiple award-winning construction company with honors from Build It Green and NARI. After Chris Donatelli retired, Barrios and Wagner decided to carry on the company’s legacy of customer service, organization, and communication under a new umbrella.

Barrios Wagner bathroom remodels are modern and elegant, with features like double vanities and earth-colored tile and marble. One bathroom featured on their website contains mint-colored subway tile complementing a deep-set, freestanding tub with a sloped perimeter. Their bathroom remodeling projects include traditional bathroom lighting fixtures and a great deal of bathroom cabinets for extra storage. A master suite bath remodel in San Jose includes Spanish tile flooring and forest green tile walls, with a decorative pattern framing the marble tub and sink.

10) San Interior Design

San Jose, CA

This contractor offers whole-house remodels, additions, and kitchen and bath remodels in Silicon Valley. Their service areas include Los Altos and Palo Alto. San Interior Design’s projects have received over 20 awards and honors, including NARI Meta awards for Residential Additions under $100k and Entire Houses under $250k.

The company is operated by Sanchali Srivastava, a designer who has won multiple awards, lectures at local colleges, and mentors students of design. As a Certified Interior Designer and NKBA Certified Professional, she has acted as a judge during both local and national design competitions. She has studied architecture, which informs her approach to building projects and construction. At this time, she is vice president of Academic Relations for Northern California’s Chapter of NKBA.

For a bathroom remodel in Los Altos, San Interior Design restructured the walls of the existing bathroom and hallway in order to form a new and improved hall powder room. To help the space make a statement, they installed a cabinet with bold and expressive lines beneath a matching mirror. A contemporary pedestal sink comes with artistic faucets.

9) Valley Home Builders

3466 Edward Avenue, Santa Clara, CA 95054

This contractor has received multiple awards through NARI for its building and remodeling projects, such as a 2013 Gold Award for an Interior Design over $100k and a 2012 Gold Award for an Entire House Remodel on a Santa Clara residence. A full-service design-build company, Valley Home Builders offers everything from residential additions to home remodeling and kitchen updates.

Bathroom renovations is one of its specialties. Valley Home Builders combines exquisite finishes, water-wise appliances, and high-quality cabinetry to their bathroom remodels. The company operates in Silicon Valley areas like Palo Alto, San Jose, Los Altos, and Cupertino. Their designs aim to embody both function and beauty, and they also set out to meet the technological demands and conveniences of modern life that are so essential to Silicon Valley.

Founded in 2005, Valley Home Builders has also been featured on Remodeling Magazine’s Top 50 List. Mehdi Vatani, the founder, CEO, and owner, started out as a salesman in the tech sector who practiced woodworking on the side. After being laid off from two different sales jobs, Vatani built up his experience in the construction industry and transformed his woodworking hobby into a growing business. Bathroom remodels are where the company’s quality workmanship really shines.

8) Clayton Nelson

15466 Los Gatos Boulevard, Suite #109-271, Los Gatos, CA 95032-2550

Clayton Nelson has nearly 30 years of experience in kitchen and bath remodeling projects throughout Silicon Valley. Operating in locations like Willow Glen, Saratoga, and Palo Alto, the company also offers building services in historic restoration and whole house remodels, with some of its award-winning whole house projects as high as $1M.

Clayton Nelson is a NKBA Certified Kitchen Designer and NARI Master Certified Remodeler and Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler, and many of its awards include NARI Meta awards for interior remodels between $100k and $120k.

As part of a whole house renovation project featured on its website, Clayton Nelson widened a master bath and installed custom bathroom cabinets and marble bathroom counters, and they added a heated marble floor. They included a spa-style tub, a steam shower, and built-in shelves that frame a three-part folding mirror above a marble vanity. In another project, the company installed a large and luxurious shower beside a tub with tumbled marble and granite. They created an illuminated barrel vault ceiling, his-and-her vanities, and walnut accents. Clayton Nelson’s work has appeared multiple times in the San Jose Mercury News.

7) D.R. Domenichini Construction

| P.O. Box 1430, San Martin, CA 95046

D.R. Domenichini Construction is an award-winning licensed California contractor. They are a member of GuildQuality and they service all of Silicon Valley. D.R.Domenichini Construction is also a member of the Morgan Hill, Gilroy and San Martin Chambers of Commerce. Founder and owner David R. Domenichini grew up in Northern California and has finished hundreds of projects within the building industry during his 20 years of experience.

In 2012, the company was selected as Morgan Hill’s Business of the Year, and for three years in a row, they were voted Best Contractor in Morgan Hill. D.R. Domenichini has earned multiple NARI Meta honors for whole-house remodels, master suites, outdoor kitchens, and kitchen and bath remodels.

The company excels at bath remodels, aiming to turn each client’s bathroom ideas into reality. Their styles range from traditional to modern. In a project featured on their website, the company turned a petite powder room into a space popping with personality by installing a modern, raised sink below a circular, wood-framed mirror centered between a pair of modern bathroom lighting fixtures.

6) Cage Design Build

P.O. Box 6030, San Jose, CA 95150

Kelly Funk and David Wampler, founders of Cage Design Build, have been working together on remodeling projects throughout Silicon Valley since 1996. Funk, co-principal, is a residential designer who has received NKBA awards for her bathroom remodeling projects. Her degree is in interior design through California State University, Sacramento. Wampler, co-principal, is certified in project management and oversees every detail of Cage’s work. They offer home additions and a variety of home improvement services, but their specialty is remodeling kitchens and baths, with NKBA awards for master bathroom suites and small baths.

In an award-winning project in Saratoga, Cage redesigned the bathroom to achieve a more spa-like atmosphere with high-end bathroom fixtures.  They separated different portions of the room from one another to enable better privacy, and added a frameless glass shower enclosure. The shower features dueling shower heads. They built a TV into the wall and added radius cabinets with curved doors. They also built Velux skylights with electronic blackout shades and added decorative crown molding. A six-inch recessed space holds incandescent light fixtures.

5) RemodelWest

12333 Saratoga Sunnyvale Road, Saratoga, CA 95070

Founded in 1992, RemodelWest is made up of a small team of contractors known for prioritizing customer service. They build custom homes, renovations, and kitchen and bath remodels in Silicon Valley, including in San Jose, Saratoga, Los Altos, and Los Gatos. Owner Bill Reid has 24 years of experience in the building industry and participates directly in each project. The NAHB chose RemodelWest as a 2001 National Remodeling Quality Award Winner, and the company has received four awards through the NKBA for kitchen and bath remodels.

RemodelWest bathrooms and powder rooms are stylish and classic. Many feature artistic sinks and lighting, intricate tile patterns, and rectangular freestanding tubs. One project, a combined kitchen and bath remodel in a San Jose home, is valued around $100k. The bathroom has an arched and recessed sink area with a curved mirror and industrial fixtures on a white porcelain sink. The walls, from floor to ceiling, are covered in shiny white subway tile, and the bathroom lighting fixtures resemble bulbs from a French bistro.

4) Heartwood Residential

PO Box 2304, Los Gatos, CA 95031

Heartwood Residential has earned three NARI Meta Gold Awards for high-end bathroom remodels — one of their specialties. An emerging green builder, Heartwood provides eco-conscious remodels for Silicon Valley residences, in areas like Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, and Los Altos. They factor into their remodeling projects eco-friendly materials, recycling, and resource preservation.

One remodel project at $75,000 to $100k transformed an average bathroom into a modern, spa-like retreat. Designed as a wet room, it includes a curbless shower, warm floor throughout, and floating vanity. It also features floor to ceiling tile and a large picture window with specially designed flashing to drain to the exterior.

Heartwood, named for its desire to produce spaces that are both beautiful and long-lasting, is operated by Nick and Michelle Yegge. Nick, a fourth-generation builder, started gaining experience in construction during summer vacations from school. He worked for a high-end custom home builder doing framing work, where he observed the importance of communication, planning, and systematic approaches to building projects. Michelle joined the company as a project coordinator, office manager, and manager of the design and materials selection.

3) Hammerschmidt Construction

1574 Country Club Drive, Los Altos, CA 94024

Hammerschmidt is a full-service design-build company and Certified Green Builder based in Los Altos. It operates throughout many parts of Silicon Valley, such as Palo Alto, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale. The company has over 20 years of experience providing residential renovations, additions, and full house remodels. Hammerschmidt has received more than 10 NARI Meta awards for its projects, and Remodeling Magazine has included Hammerschmidt in its Big 50 list of the best US remodeling companies.

The company is known for its bathroom remodels, such as one of the master bath projects in Los Altos Hills featured on its website. Hammerschmidt enhanced the bland 210-square-foot layout by replacing the bath with a steam shower and a freestanding tub. They added heated floors, French doors, custom bathroom cabinets, a chandelier, and natural stone mosaic tile. They also installed an Apple iPad and touch panels on the bathroom walls to enable guests to control music, lighting, water temperature, and various shower heads.

The company’s CEO, John Hammerschmidt, is a third-generation Californian, educated in landscape construction from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. President Lynn Hammerschmidt is from Palo Alto and was educated at UC Berkeley.

2) Harrell Remodeling

944 Industrial Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94303

For over 30 years, Harrell Remodeling has provided design-build services to areas in Silicon Valley, like Los Gatos and Palo Alto. Harrell was founded in 1985 and has received over 100 awards for its building and remodeling projects: NARI Meta awards, Contractor of the Year awards, and NKBA awards. Twenty awards in particular honor bathroom remodels — one of the company’s strongest areas of expertise.

A bathroom project featured on its website is sleek and refined, with a double vanity and sloped ceilings. Large, horizontal mirrors contrast the patterned glass shower door, and natural stone tile accentuates the vanity and shower bench.

Harrell has also been recognized for its team: they earned a 2014 Top 100 Women of Influence Award through the Silicon Valley Business Journal, and a 2011 Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award through the Women’s Initiative. Silicon Valley singled them out as one of the 25 Largest Women-Owned Businesses in 2013, and the San Jose Business Journal chose the company as one of 50 featured female-led businesses in 2008.

1) Timeline Design + Build

14401 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA 95070

Of the bathroom remodeling contractors on this list, Timeline has earned the most recognitions for bathrooms in particular. The company is a Certified Interior Designer and California licensed general contractor that has finished over 700 building projects in Silicon Valley. Of its many award-winning projects, 25 are NARI awards for building projects, such as a 2015 Entire House Over $500k and a 2014 Entire House Over $1M. The company has over 10 National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) awards for residential remodeling projects, such as kitchens and baths, with several valued at around $120k. The company excels at sophisticated and creative bathroom remodels, with 14 of its awards for bathrooms around $60,000.

One bathroom remodel, a design of “divine nature,” was created to feel natural and tranquil. Timeline installed patterns of large, earth-toned tiles from floor to ceiling that help distinguish the rectangular tub from its more “wild” surroundings. Warm colors evoke a feeling of calm, and caramelized bamboo cabinets complement a russet glass vessel sink.

Matthew Harrigan, president, started the company in 1990 after nearly a lifetime of interest in the industry; he got his first taste of building as a 14-year-old selling cabinets that he built in his parents’ garage. Harrigan studied civil engineering at Santa Clara University and electrical engineering at UC San Diego, and he is a board member of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) of Silicon Valley.

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