2013 Award Winner! Small Bath

A very small bath in a suburban ranch home was the only bathroom on the main floor. The homeowners wanted a traditional look with a modern flavor. Clean, simple lines and a neutral color palette keep the space soothing and open. Larger format subway tiles combine and old look with a new format and white wainscoting adds a pleasing architectural element to the space.
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Photo by Cathy Driftmier Before shot of shower area with window
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Photo by Cathy Driftmier Before shot of vanity with dated aqua and black tile.
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Photo by Cathy Driftmier Before shot of vanity with tile-in sink and aqua tile. Dated "Hollywood" lights.
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Photo by Cathy Driftmier Another before shot of the shower. Note how low the tile is above the tub
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Photo by Black Ice Studios Clean lines and neutral colors open up this small bathroom. Dark vanity and medicine cabinet add a nice contrast. The backsplash tile is the same as the accent tile in the shower. Wainscot panels on the side add a unique element.
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Photo by Black Ice Studios White subway tile in a 4x12 size adds a traditional touch with a modern format. The subway tile was used to cover the inside of the window opening after the existing trim was removed. Accent tile is a glass and stone mosaic.
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Photo by Black Ice Studios White wainscot on both sides of the room help expand the visual space while adding textural interest. Hooks were attached directly to the wainscot on the left to save space. A towel bar is mounted over the toilet.
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Photo by Black Ice Studios A nice look at how all the colors work together. An area above the medicine cabinet was boxed out to accommodate a light fixture in order to bring the light in front of the mirror and still allow the medicine cabinet door to open.
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