Canyon Meadows ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, Calgary

Inspiration for a large transitional master porcelain tile gray floor bathroom remodel in Calgary with recessed-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, white countertops, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door and a niche —  Houzz
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Karina Pesta Interiors wrote:December 22, 2018
  • sylviaisaacs

    Can you please tell me what color grout you used with the arrow tile? It’s gorgeous!

  • PRO

    Hi there!

    Thanks very much for your message.

    The grout we used for the "Arrow" wall tile was from Laticrete, color #89 "Smoke Grey".

    If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us!

    Have a lovely day,

    the LD&A Team

Danuta wrote:July 29, 2019
  • Rachel Lagiakos

    The niche is indeed lovely! What are its dimensions? And is that a movable glass shelf or do shelves in niches tend to be fixed in place?

  • PRO

    Hi Rachel,

    Thank you for your comments!

    The shower niche is approximately 12" wide x 24" high. The glass shelf is fixed in place. We ask our clients what heights they would like their shelves to sit, based on the sizes of their products, shampoo bottles, etc to make sure everything will fit so the shelves will be most useful.

    Hope this helps!

Aly B wrote:May 26, 2019
L Dub wrote:October 3, 2019
  • L Dub

    Hi! I see the shower floor spec in another comment. Thanks!

  • PRO

    Hi there!

    Thank you for your message and your kind words. Great to see you found the tile specs in the previous comments - the tiles are definitely a popular topic! :)

    We did use the same grout color on the floor throughout the bathroom and shower:

    Laticrete "smoke grey" #89.

    Hope this helps!

ariewoo wrote:March 31, 2019
  • PRO

    Hi there,

    The chevron wall tile is from Icon Stone + Tile (located in Calgary, Alberta). It is called Arrow and the color is Silk Gesso Glossy. I hope that helps.



manujh wrote:February 1, 2019
  • PRO


    Each piece is rectangular with an angled edge, 2" wide x 9" long, and they fit together to form the chevron shape.

    Thank you!

Barbara P wrote:January 29, 2019
  • PRO

    Good day!

    Thank you for your inquiry. We love this bathroom as well!

    The main floor tile specification is:

    Kingwood, color: Silver, Hex Tile from Julian Tile.

    The shower floor tile specification is:

    Kingwood 2 x 2, color: Silver, Mosaic Tile, also from Julian Tile.

    Hope this helps, and best of luck with your project,

    LD&A Team

jchestnut wrote:January 23, 2019
  • PRO

    Good Morning,

    I had a look at we actually don't have that information in our records. My recommendation, if you like the contrasting look would be to derive the grout color from the darker tile you are using. Hope that is help full.



Missi Smith wrote:January 22, 2019
  • PRO

    Good Morning,

    The shower bench seat face is Julian Tile, Kingwood in the color Silver.

    Hope that helps!


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Which Shower Bench Style Is Right for You?August 9, 2019

6. Double-Duty LedgeUsing the edge of a tub deck for a shower bench, as design-build firm LD&A did here, can be a sleek space-saver. It also cuts down on materials and can give the bathroom a cohesive look.“When we do the sort of tub deck protruding into the shower, we can do some interesting shapes and play with the geometry a little bit more,” m.o.daby’s Mechaley says. “That’s what we’re always looking to do when we’re doing benches, to make sure they look like they’re part of the shower, they’re on purpose and not just added in the corner after the fact without much thought.”How to Future-Proof Your Family Bathroom

Laura Gaskill added this to March Motivation: Advice for Rebooting Your Home ProjectsMarch 7, 2019

Why You Stopped: Just Too Much Going OnPerhaps you started a remodeling project thinking that it would be simple enough to do without an official project manager — only to realize that managing the mess, schedules and personalities of multiple workers and specialty contractors is draining and difficult. If your project felt as though it was spiraling out of control to the point that you just shut it down, it may be time to get some expert oversight.First step: If you don’t have a project manager yet, it’s probably time to hire one. Depending on the type of home project you are working on, your project manager could be a general contractor, interior designer or architect.Find a local pro on Houzz

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jean Mayhew added this to Johnston Final Selections15 hours ago

Kids + guest bed showers Maybe master?

Colleen Sheaf added this to Master Bath2 days ago

Different tile on wall with seat

Heather Fleming added this to Tile ideas4 days ago

Guest bath idea - like graphic white tile

Onyx Homes added this to 11th Bedrooms, Closets and Bathrooms7 days ago

White herringbone tiles in Mom's bathroom

Ali G added this to Vine St. basement remodelMarch 19, 2020

chevron pattern white ceramic tile

rrmueller added this to Next HouseMarch 13, 2020

Tile on shower walls and seat (use for tub surround?)

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