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Hollywood Director's loft in iconic Art Deco buildingTransitional Bathroom, Los Angeles

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This bathroom's shell was outfit by the brilliant Kelly Wearstler. She installed that penny tile and black subway, the mirror and the vanities. We added the floor treatment decor (toilet, furnishings, towel bars, art) working with the great bones her work provided.

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional black and white tile and mosaic tile bathroom remodel in Los Angeles with open cabinets, a two-piece toilet, beige walls and a console sink —  Houzz
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Elena Piantino wrote:April 7, 2016
  • Shannon

    I adore the floor. We're in the process of a total renovation. We have 1937 "Standard" brand, mint condition fixtures in a saturated blue (not mid-century sky blue) with Art Deco stepped detailing on the toilet, tub, and console sink, and chrome plated brass faucets (also in perfect condition) in a Gatsby Art Deco style. This floor is almost exactly what I was envisioning. I'd love to know the details of the tile used-product material, size, and brand? Hope you can help. Thank you.

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    Ggem Design Co.

    Hi! We used an epoxy finish on the floor, as the conditions were not correct for tile. We used 2 colors, and did the pattern and had mica chip added to the final coat so it appeared to be terrazzo. Came out great!

    I have had good luck in our practice with Sherwin Williams floor paint, too. Just make sure you aren't installing a finish that will be slippery.

    Good luck!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: A Bachelor Pad’s Part IIApril 13, 2016

When a bathroom was designed by Kelly Wearstler to fit into a landmark Art Deco building, you want to just tweak it at most. One such tweak was one of those DIY projects Ggem trusted her client with; it was also inspired by the terrazzo entry floor we saw at the beginning of this story. They shopped together to figure out how to create an Art Deco pattern on the existing epoxy-coated concrete floor, and decided that putting flecks of mica into the floor paint would make it look like terrazzo. Thanks to his meticulousness with tape and a straight edge, and his perseverance while dealing with really stinky paint, he pulled the project off beautifully in one weekend.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

tjbern added this to BathroomsJune 17, 2019

Not sure about the black brick but I do like this bathroom!

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