EW: This monochromatic bath is visually delightful due to its modern aesthetic, but it also has a country cabin feel. My curiosity is getting the best of me — is that tile or wood?
LF: The feature wall is horizontally tiled in a wood-looking tile and uninterrupted with frameless glass shower door. We varied the size of all tiles for visual interest using 1x1 mosaic sheets on the shower floor to allow for the slope needed for draining, but the material is same as that of the main floor to create flow and make space appear larger. The glass door handle doubles as a towel bar so it is easily accessible, and it meant we didn't have to break up our feature wall with a towel bar and towel.
The custom vanity cabinet, made to look more like furniture, has legs and sides of stained ash. The artwork picks up the cabinet color and its height draws the eye up. The art adds texture to a smooth wall and was specifically chosen and customized because of clients love of cottage c