Kauffman ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, Los Angeles
Photography by Mike Kelly
The tile company is EURO WEST.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Light gray and dark bronze. Light gray bathrooms are very versatile spaces that can go from contemporary to classic with just a few changes. For a vintage look, install oil-rubbed bronze faucets, shower heads, hardware and fixtures. These darker elements will stand out against a light background and give your bathroom a genuine antique look.This paint color is Heirloom Shade by Dunn-Edwards.
This is why radiant heat and bathrooms are so often a match made in heaven. The flooring materials typically used in bathrooms (such as stone and ceramic tile), which otherwise can be chilly to bare feet, are the exact materials that will radiate heat efficiently from the heating system to keep toes warm.
Porcelain floor tiles that resemble hardwood. While we also saw hardwood floors in some of the most popular baths, many homeowners opted for digitally printed porcelain tiles in long, narrow planks that add the colors and even the grain of wood in a more durable, wipeable material. This bathroom is modestly sized at just 5 by 12 feet, something most of us can relate to. The long tile planks help emphasize the length and suit the room’s scale. Floor tiles: Nihon Goma 4x24, Fiandre; shower tiles: French Clay Lumiere 4x12, Fiandre; backsplash tile: Arabesque with Carrara pencil marble edge, Merola; faucets: 8-inch widespread two-handle high-arc in oil-rubbed bronze, Kingston Brass; tub: Maui 5-foot in white enameled steel, Bootz Industries; paint color: Heirloom Shade (DEW 395), Dunn-Edwards; shower curtain: West Elm