Subtle Green Hues
Design and Thoughts
The homeowner was ok with the current layout, she just wanted to get rid of the large cultured marble tub/deck area. The shower stayed the same size but the tile went to the ceiling to make it appear much larger. She wanted to keep a traditional vibe in the bath to blend with the rest of the house.
The layout didn’t change, but the feel is so much more open. It’s bright and airy. The green hues in the paint and the tile complement each other beautifully for a cozy, traditional vibe.
Shiloh Cabinetry - Beaded Inset in Maple. Soft white with nickel glaze.
Caesarstone Statuario Maximus Countertops
Florida Tile's Retroclassique in Pewter and Castellina Arabesque under the hood.
Vinyl plank wood Karndean, Burnt Ginger Floors
Shower Walls - Back wall: Walker Zanger, Ottoman series in tilt sail blend, crackle finish. Side walls: Habitat, Leaf, Glossy
We added a beautiful stained barn door to an entry that had no door at all. This helps create some privacy in the master bath. We also added a wooden beam in the center of the vault of the bathroom. The vault sort of was lost before, but adding this really created a whole new atmosphere in the space. The tiled shower is also so wonderfully done. The accent wall in the back ties the vanity color together with the subway tile on either side of the shower. The polished chrome fixtures also add a bit of shine to the space.