Burns Park Addition & Remodeling, 2000 & 2006Traditional Bathroom, Detroit

Children's bathroom. Photo by Steve Kuzma Photography.

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless kids' blue tile and mosaic tile ceramic floor and blue floor bathroom remodel in Detroit with white cabinets, flat-panel cabinets, a two-piece toilet, blue walls, an undermount sink, solid surface countertops and blue countertops —  Houzz
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Jean Robb wrote:February 5, 2013
  • chris330
    Where did you find the blue hardware for the cabinets?
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    I am sorry, but I don't know.
maharge wrote:January 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    I heard back from the client, who said, "I forget the manufacturer, but it's a manmade quartz material that comes in a variety of colors. Nice stuff - hasn't been marred by several years of dried toothpaste stains and cleans up nicely."

    I hope this helps.
  • maharge
    Thanks!
beau22015 wrote:January 5, 2014
  • Brittany Smith

    Where are some places I could find a vanity top in a similar color?

  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture

    Check with local granite suppliers.

hedyc wrote:March 25, 2013
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    I am sorry to say that I don't know where the flooring came from. I do know that it's ceramic tile. I hope that helps.
  • hedyc
    Daltile does tiles in beautiful colors...just found them today.
hannerxmarie wrote:February 19, 2013
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    I've asked Oceanside Glasstile - I think it's from them, but want to confirm.
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    It is from Oceanside Glasstile ( http://www.glasstile.com/) - the blend is an old blend of theirs called Nordic Ice. Unfortunately they discontinued one of the colors (the deep blue color called Palladium). However, the aesthetic of the blend can still be achieved with our new deep blue sapphire. The blend was equal percentages of Bohemian Iridescent, Oxygen Non iridescent, and Palladium Iridescent (Now Sapphire Iridescent).

    I hope that helps!
J K wrote:February 6, 2013
  • J K
    Thank you!!! I think it is a great layout for a shared kids' bathroom. Love the extra space between the toilet and tub - nice for parents bathing the kiddies.
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    You are welcome! I am happy to help!

    The space between the toilet and the tub in this plan was a happy accident. The layout was somewhat dictated by the existing walls, which are white on the plan I attached. If the wall on the bottom of the plan wasn't jogged, we might have given a bit more space to the vanity area. But you're right, that extra space between the toilet and tub would make it much easier for parents to bathe the kiddies.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Dawn Zuber
godalers wrote:August 7, 2012
  • godalers
    Thank you for your quick response. You did a wonderful job. It looks great!
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    Thank you very much!
Suzanne McMenamey wrote:July 9, 2012
konkin wrote:December 6, 2013
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    I wish I could tell you, but unfortunately I don't know.
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hockeymom3 wrote:January 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Studio Z Architecture
    Sorry, I just saw your question. Unfortunately I don't know what company manufactured the vanity.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lfrederick
Lisa Frederick added this to Kids' Bathrooms, Grown-Up StyleFebruary 13, 2012

Picture this bath with simple brushed-nickel or pewter cabinet knobs instead of the chunky blue ones. It grows up instantly, right? Not only can something as minor as hardware transform the look of a room, small touches like this are a great approach to bringing whimsy into a kids' bath because they're so easy to undo down the road.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

vpgrice
vpgrice added this to Top PicksJanuary 12, 2020

Separation of sink shower/toilet

janjuadavis
Leigh Janjua added this to basement ideasDecember 4, 2019

Too many different tiles and types of color. Avoid making the space too busy!

savtamommy_e
zlata ehrenstein added this to savtamommy's ideasNovember 14, 2019

nice contrast - maybe a bit too dark but nice offset

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