This bathroom is an oasis from the world. It originally had yellow laminate countertops and cabinets with light peach and wall tile. It went from a dated closed off 1970’s bathroom to a soothing retreat.

The homeowner has a love of travel and art which you can see in the décor of her home. We wanted the bathroom to be a reflection of the rest of her house. Using a mixture of green tiles, warm woods and unlacquered brass makes the space feel calm and inviting.

Glazed green terra-cotta floor tile and cognac-stained knotty alder cabinets were the starting point for the bathroom to give it the character that was desired. The chiseled edge quartzite countertops and bench seat add an organic element to the design. The multicolored green Zelige backsplash tile is the perfect backdrop for the simple mirrors and sconces.

The 2×20 stacked light green shower wall tile and pebble shower floor enhance the steam shower experience, while the unlacquered brass plumbing fixtures give another element of warmth.

By enlarging the bathroom and thoughtfully selecting each finish material we have not only made it more functional but created a truly beautiful bathroom.

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