We gutted this bathroom.  A custom vanity and free standing tub set the scene.  A frameless shower enclosure includes multiple body jets and a rain shower overhead.  We also ran the 12 x 24 field tile vertically as it had a subtle grain that felt like cascading water.  Beautiful large flooring tile that resemble Limestone and soft gold glass shower accent tiles complete the look.  But the details can’t be discounted.  A chandelier, a creamy woven shade and vintage bottles in the wall niche add texture and interest.

This room used to be a closet.  Now it’s a small Master Bath with radiant heat floors, a Porcher pedestal sink and new tile throughout.

This bathroom had Builder grade everything!  What’s new:  porcelain tile flooring, quartz counter, oil rubbed bronze fixtures and lighting, decorative tile tub surround, paint and art.  I love the ‘penny round’ tile detail in the shower and the laminated local art piece.  A thick, white, terry cloth shower curtain will finish off the room!

A cottage style, vintage table was repurposed into a vanity and topped with a glass vessel sink.  In keeping with a Coastal vibe, we used watery shades for the glass tiles to emulate beach glass.  Individual glass tiles were also integrated into the floor where the tiles were placed ‘on point’.

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