Master Bed/Bath - Morningside, AtlantaModern Bathroom, Atlanta

Emily Jenkins Followill photography

This bath was one of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Bath of the Year winners for 2014!!

Mid-sized minimalist master white tile and glass tile marble floor bathroom photo in Atlanta with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets and white walls —  Houzz
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This photo has 26 questions
lowjo1 wrote:Sep 9, 2014
  • Barbara Aschenbach

    Is that just one piece of glass on the shower? Doesn't the water come out ?

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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi Barbara! No, it's a plane of fixed glass (that goes to the ceiling) with a shorter glass door attached to it. If you look closely, you can see the hinges in the middle and the handle over on the far right.

lorena_m_becerra wrote:Aug 26, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    The back of the glass is painted, yes.

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    My Girlfriends House

    Such an interesting idea. Did you and/or your crew paint them, or did the glass pieces come painted? Did yo say the tiles were 3x12? And is it safe to say the niche is 24" wide by 15 high? Thank you.

kbaldridge13 wrote:Apr 13, 2016
  • kbaldridge13

    I meant to say, nearest the built in cabinet, to the right of the shower in the photo.

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    Beth Kooby Design

    The glass tiles have all edges finished, no need for bullnose.

Lisa Correia wrote:Jul 4, 2015
  • diverbobby

    Perfect. Thank you!

  • cindyslewis

    Can I purchase the insert /buildt in next to the showerthrough Houzz and the matching vanity?

kbaldridge13 wrote:Apr 15, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    It's from the Lucian series, from Ann Sacks. Beautiful!

  • Carla

    Hi Beth. Which color/finish 2x12 Lucian tiles did you use for the shower? Thanks!

Larry Wasson wrote:Feb 3, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi Larry, I bought them at Matthew Quinn Collection, here in Atlanta.

  • Larry Wasson

    Thank you.

mbusas wrote:Feb 18, 2015
Lisa DiGiorgio wrote:Jan 7, 2018
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hello and thank you! The counter is concrete and the floor tiles are Helsinki marble :)

kmclamps wrote:Jun 14, 2017
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi! That piece was from Lush Life in Atlanta.

Susan Parsons wrote:Apr 11, 2017
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi! Walker Zanger Helsinki marble on the floor.

eva_mclaughlin wrote:Mar 14, 2017
roxy126 wrote:Oct 26, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hello roxy126! This is a custom-designed and custom built piece through beth kooby design. Please send me an email if you'd like to have a quote generated.

semra1 wrote:Aug 16, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi! There's no tint. they are white/clear.

ljgraham62 wrote:Jun 11, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hello! This is a custom built piece, the thickness of the sides extends all the way back. It's not just a trim piece on the front. Hope that helps!

Amelia Cameron wrote:Apr 20, 2016
elaineo wrote:Feb 24, 2016
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hello and thank you!! It is a custom design piece through beth kooby design.

Dan wrote:Feb 18, 2016
Kari Schultz wrote:Dec 10, 2015
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi and thank you! Yes, it is real wood, petrified I believe (very solid and heavy!).

Liz wrote:Oct 31, 2015
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hi! 15" - it fits the width of the folded towels perfectly ;)

Elaine S wrote:Sep 1, 2015
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    Beth Kooby Design

    Hello! I'm sorry it took me so long to respond, I must have missed this...

    The room is 11' x 6'-8" and the shower is 5' x 3'-6".

colleenacoyle wrote:Apr 19, 2015
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    Beth Kooby Design

    hello! Routine cleaning is fine. Using a squeegee after showering (is a little more obsessive ;) but works well for moving the water off the tile right away.

JHill Design wrote:Mar 29, 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Turn Your Shower Niche Into a Design StarJan 14, 2016

Designer Beth Kooby considers bottle sizes and overall proportion of the niche in relation to the rest of the shower. “What’s also very important to me is that there are no cut tiles, so I usually wait to decide on the final dimensions of the niche once we have the tiles on site and I work it out with the tile installer,” she says. This bathroom serves as a quiet retreat, so a calm, peaceful and uncluttered look was key. Kooby extended the glass tiles from the shower across the vanity wall for a seamless look. The concrete vanity counter also has bits of recycled glass mixed in it.

Becky Harris added this to 12 Very Useful Things I've Learned From DesignersOct 13, 2015

BathroomKeep only the stuff you actually use in the shower stall. People complain about photos that look “too styled,” but I find them very inspirational. While I know the primary goal is function, it just makes me happy to have these useful things look pretty and uncluttered. Looking at the photos made me think about the jumble of products I had in my shower and pare them down to just the ones I truly use. My new attitude: Yeah, that exfoliating scrub was pricey, but it makes me feel too greasy and makes the floor dangerously slippery. That loofah thingee is something I’ve never really embraced and seems to be a mold magnet — gross! I only use that face mask once a month. The list goes on. Now I have just shampoo, conditioner, the good daily face gel, a bar of soap and a razor in there, and it means my shower stall is clear, functional and relaxing.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

J Jeck added this to My ideasyesterday

Great guest bathroom, I would put doors on all the shelves (two doors). No chrome, and see about an infusion system for the rain shower.

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