Coral Gables


Coral Gables Construction

Unique Home Designs

The history of Coral Gables was influenced by the aesthetics of the City Beautiful Movement that swept across America in the early 1900s. Inspired by the works of landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, who designed New York’s Central Park, The City Beautiful Movement encouraged the use of wide tree-lined avenues, monumental buildings, winding roadways, green space, ornate plazas, and fountains. All these elements of style have been and continue to be incorporated throughout Coral Gables.

The City continues to promote a Mediterranean architectural aesthetic. Many properties in the City are on the National Register of Historic Places, and more than 1,000 properties are on the Coral Gables Register of Historic Places. In addition, the Biltmore Hotel is a designated National Historic Landmark. To learn more about the area please visit the City of Coral Gables website here.

Effective Functionality

At Maverick GCI, we want your remodeled bathroom to be a perfect combination of good looks and effective functionality. A bathroom remodel can take on so many forms of style, materials and color. Let us be your partners in deciding what will work best for your personal space.

The picture immediately above this section features a one of a kind cabinetry design into a stunning master bathroom update. We designed this project from day one, through our design build approach, accounting for every light, cabinet and mirror- allowing for a perfect layout. The full wall cabinetry, integrated mirrors, wall sconces, and crown molding- all tie together for a true fully custom, one of a kind master bathroom. Countertops are a natural marble, with veining which ties into our cabinet color selection and overall color palette.


Careful Thought

The next two photos have additional ideas to consider for your Coral Gables home. The first features 100% natural marble on all surfaces, including baseboards, shower ceiling, and crown molding. Thought was poured into this bathroom, allowing many different tiles to blend together seamlessly. The second shows a children's bath, with marble floors, and porcelain herringbone wall tile. Cabinetry is a white shaker style door, with all gold hardware tying into the fixtures and mirrors.

And finally, the next image is of one of a kind cabana bathroom. The first thing most people notice is the unique marble walls and sink, each custom cut from marble slabs. Other unique items include the curbless shower, wooden tongue and groove wall, and wall-mounted faucets.

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We look forward to learning more about your project. To do so, please request a consultation so we can mutually learn more about your needs and expectations for your home.