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PK Master bathroom remodel
PK master bathroom with curved mosaic walls, pebble tile floor and freestanding acrylic tub. Photo by Andy Warycka. More & before photos at BeautifulRemodel.com. This project won two national design awards (CoTY 2010 and Professional Remodeler 2011
Love this look! What did you use to form the curved walls?
"plastic-y" Looks beautiful in person but it is used in just a certain price range home?
Hi Bnw Turner, Thanks for the question. The rear window wall is just under 12 ft wide. (The ceilings are 12 ft tall) The "point" in the curved wall where the shower begins is close to the 6 ft mark. - Steve
I like the tile work around tub and curved wall
curved wall open shower, pebble floor, scribed wood floor
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
designing, end to end if would be 12 x 4.3 with curves -- I want perhaps a 48 inch range top at island - other side would have 4 stools, range top side would have drawers to utensils, right side warming drawer and single ref drawer - my question is - would the 48" range top be too big for the size island. I
I think the room can carry it, and it would have a 54" inch vent/hood with wood on-lay above --- pretty big, but still think room can carry it -- will this scale nicely, or should I downsize to a 36 in cooktop -- I can go either way - love to cook, used to own a restaurant but don't want that in the equation
door, curved wall, old castle look...
Creating a curved side to the bath
I was just wondering how you created the curved side to the bath? Was that using 1/4inch backer board nailed to battens?
How do you set the tiles over the curve to avoid raised
As they were mosaic tiles on a netting, it was easy to mould the tile in place over the curve
How do you lay the hex on the curve to prevent lipping?
Keep it consistent A clever trick to making a small bathroom look bigger is to use the same tiles on the walls and the floor. Look for a range that’s suitable for both uses, as they will need to be tougher for the floor. If you have any curvy or awkward shapes, mosaics are a dream for rolling over bumps
above our space and price range, but simply look at the seating then the "step" ledge, now picture on more "step" ledge just a little further back.
Curves in the design, the best use
curves of the surround
curved wall...curved tub srround...curved walls