Apr 18, 2012

e-design bathroom

a look at a new construction bathroom for an e-design client that is coming along nicely:



we decided pretty early on that we wanted a feature wall behind the vanity. the oval glass tiles add a nice 
iridescence without being over the top. 

the glass tiles need to be grouted, and the seam between the countertop and the wall needs to be caulked, but other than that, this bathroom is done.






we kept the color palette neutral, and used the same tile on the floor and in the tub surround. the kraftmaid cabinets are dressed up with mercury glass knobs from anthropologie. (some of my favorites!)


because their was a window in the bathroom that couldn't be moved, we opted to lower the counter in front of it and create a little vanity area...just add a nice mirror on a stand and it can become the perfect place to apply make up and get ready for the day!
the wall color is benjamin moore's "sea haze" 2137-50





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20 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Love that oval glass tile. I'm sure it sparkles!

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  2. Gorgeous! The tile is amazing!

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  3. Love the oval glass feature wall!!!

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  4. WOW! This is stunning! Love it.

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  5. OMG! The tile really is amazing! Both the one behind the mirror and the one in the tub area! My goodness, you did a great job in this bathroom. THe color of the walls is perfect too!

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  6. Really beautiful ...love the tile and the dressier knobs! Great job!

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  7. That is a beautiful bathroom. I love it

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  8. Beautiful! Such a soothing color palette and that glass tile is fabulous!

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  9. Love the drop down vanity idea! It's beautiful - good job.

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  10. Beautiful! Are the lights mounted to the mirror???

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    1. yes! they are mounted on top of the mirror....i need to see if i can get a better picture of the entire mirror to show the full mirror.

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  11. nice....what are the counter tops made of and do you know
    the tile name and source...looks great.

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  12. Beautiful! I love warm and cool colors that are mixed together in the space.

    Annie
    House on Rene

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  13. Would also love to know what the countertops are! Nice shade of gray!

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  14. Would also love to know what the countertops are! Nice shade of gray!

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    1. my client actually sources that locally. she showed me several samples she was thinking about using, and we chose that one. i believe it is quartzite, but i do not know the color.

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  15. Do you have a name/source for the iridescent tile?

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    1. the oval tile was something that my client found locally, so i don't have a source for it. sorry!

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