Looking for the full Houzz experience?
Would like to find out from Josh if the current double sink config in the master bath could be turned into an L with space in the corner for a vanity mirror and stool underneath - with a 45 degree cut at the outer face.
Bathroom style. Like the small, turn of the 20th century style tile. We're also thinking we like the idea of white doors & trim. Up for discussion of course. You had suggested a darker walnut floor downstairs & potentially in the stairs & hallway, right?
Not sure if it makes sense, but using some glass blocks in the shower will help introduce some natural light to our daily shower experience.
Arched shower entrance would be cool.
Glass tile could be fun in one of the bathrooms.
Nice to have the chair and little vanity mirror between the sinks.
Could we potentially create an enclosure like this above an on the sides of the bathtub in the master bathroom?
We seem to be gravitating toward this kind of small, late 19th/early 20th century style tile floor in the master bath. Perhaps both upstairs bathrooms.
Traditional Bathroom Tile
Something like this could be nice in the master or upstairs bath. Not sure how difficult it would be to do this kind of small tile inner, large tile outer perimeter separated by some sort of narrow border like this. Might look nice.
Carrara Basketweave Stone Mosaic - Ann Sacks Tile & Stone
Kind of a cool tile pattern for bathroom floors