Blue and White Bathroom with Glass BlockTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco
Blue and white bathroom with fixed glass block window, Starphire glass shower enclosure, shower shelf niche, tiled bench, and recycled glass mosaic tiles.
Recyled Glass Mosaic Tile: Elida Ceramica Glass Mosaic Ocean
White floor tile: American Olean Chloe Pinwheel Mosaic
Subway Tile: American Olean - Profiles 3 x 6
Sink: Kohler Caxton
Faucet: Grohe 33 170 Europlus Collection - Single Handle Lavatory Faucet - Modern Theme - Ceramic Disc Valve - Pop-Up Included
Paint: Kelly Moore Prairie Day light blue KM3130-1
Glass Block Window: Pacific Glass Block
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AFTER: Because the family preferred showers to baths, it decided to get rid of the tub to fit in a roomy shower. The clear Starphire glass shower door makes the room look bigger and makes the most of the light streaming in from the window. In order to stick to a tight budget, builder Bill Fry found a remnant piece of Caesarstone for the counters and used inexpensive tile around most of the bathroom. The pricier recycled-glass accent tiles were used sparingly but pack a strong design punch. Great tip: Customize standard tiles. Here, the black squares that came with the floor tile were punched out and replaced with recycled-glass tiles from the accent tile. See the rest of this bathroom makeover
9. Bigger showers. You may decide to replace a tub-shower combo with a larger shower stall. This bathroom is only 40 square feet, and the homeowner and her 9-year-old daughter never used the bathtub that came with the house. They ditched the tub in favor of a spacious stall. Another change that will make your existing stall feel less claustrophobic is using clear glass, as seen here. Creating an open view is an easy upgrade that costs a few hundred dollars. If resale is not a concern in the next few years and you don’t need a bathtub, consider opting for a big shower instead of a tub-shower combo.See the rest of this bathroom renovation
AFTER: Bill Fry Construction converted the never-used bathtub into a shower with a clear glass surround and brightened up the space with blue mosaic tiles the daughter helped choose. Along with a new window, the color and material palette infused the space with vibrance and a zestfully clean feeling.
AFTER: The owners worked with Bill Fry Construction to keep the bathroom's basic layout, but switched out the rarely used tub for a spacious shower. Bright white subway tile, a white ceiling and a clear shower door make the space feel bigger than its 40 square feet. (Click the link below to see what the kids did before construction started.)More about this remodel: Light-Happy Changes Upgrade a Small Bathroom
The new light and airy space features crisp white subway tile that goes all the way to the ceiling, a clear glass shower door, a white ceiling, fresh blue accents and a glass block window. Kelly-Moore's Prairie Day light blue paint on the walls adds a watery and serene feeling, while the recycled glass mosaic tiles energize the vibe.White floor tile: Chloe Pinwheel Mosaic, American Olean; paint: Prairie Day KM3130-1, Kelly-Moore; toilet: Eco Promenade Elongated Two Piece Toilet, Toto