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The first bathroom is very successful for a number of reasons. 3 different kinds of tile define the spaces. Vanity has shelves and storage. Monolithic wood- which I know you dislike - is broken up by tinted glass. Shower curtain feels luxurious and softens the room which otherwise might be all hard surfaces. I like having a sconce plus an overhead - 2 separate switches - if you will let me get away with that.
3 tiles, vanity is functional with shelves and vertical storage plus not too monolithic all wood. Like the sconce but don't have to have it.
cool old fashioned floor but probably not for this project
cool cement floor but probably not for this project
I like these translucent bricks but probably too refined for this project
I like the shutter as a window cover and I like the small green tiles throughout.
Too claustrophobic in our small space? what do you think?
like contrasting tile defining separate spaces
teak bench or built in bench at end of shower?
translucent allover tiles. Maybe not for this project but looks nice.
TILE IDEA TO BE AVOIDED
Classic color story and tile composition
a shelf above sink is good idea for those few items that can be stored outside unless of course we can a vanity that can handle everything.
classic early 20th c bathrooms. May not work for this house but color scheme is soothing and neither hides nor shows dirt excessively.
Love this. Light colored tiles, contrasting and decorative floor with dark grout do underscore design. Light enough to feel clean.
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