Mission Kitchen and BathroomCraftsman Bathroom

In this 1929 home, we opened the small kitchen doorway into a large curved archway, bringing the dining room and kitchen together. Hand-made Motawi Arts and Crafts backsplash tiles, oak hardwood floors, and quarter-sawn oak cabinets matching the existing millwork create an authentic period look for the kitchen. A new Marvin window and enhanced cellulose insulation make the space more comfortable and energy efficient. In the all new second floor bathroom, the period was maintained with hexagonal floor tile, subway tile wainscot, a clawfoot tub and period-style fixtures. The window is Marvin Ultrex which is impervious to bathroom humidity.

Small arts and crafts white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor bathroom photo in Other with a pedestal sink, a two-piece toilet and blue walls —  Houzz
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jocelynmason wrote:May 13, 2015
    Eliza Erhardt-Eisen wrote:Apr 21, 2015

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      27 catawba bathroom-love how simple this is with a bit of color

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