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Queen Anne Bungalow ResurrectionTraditional Bathroom, Atlanta

A hall bath was carved out between two of the downstairs bedrooms. This deep bath is anchored by the tub with window allowing ample light. The sink was reclaimed from an original summer/prep kitchen in the home and refinished. The school house style bath is easy to clean, simple and ready for guests with it's abundant storage.

Photography by Josh Vick

Bathroom - mid-sized traditional white tile and subway tile ceramic floor bathroom idea in Atlanta with a wall-mount sink and gray walls —  Houzz
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Inga Reznik wrote:Jun 30, 2014
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Ewa Wasilewska wrote:Apr 9, 2014
  • bearmom50

    I was in Home Depot and although they had a picture of this tile in the same manner (on the floor) we were told that it is only recommended for walls. Really messed with my almost done plans.

  • Trish Nolan

    It is not the same tile at Home depot, you have to go to Wayfair. The one at home depot is solid and you can't grout between the tiles so it's slippery. You can use it on bathroom floors but not inside showers. Just get the right one at Wayfair. Especially for my project where I'm going to use make a roll in shower.

vitasthefetus wrote:Feb 6, 2016
Shruts wrote:Jul 20, 2014
  • Shruts
    thank you for your prompt response. the entire renovation for this house is beautiful!
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    Carl Mattison Design
    you are welcome. it's a rainy day here so sitting at my computer. :-)
sliston wrote:Oct 1, 2014
jjacobsnyc wrote:Apr 14, 2018
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    Carl Mattison Design

    Yes the wall and shower tiles are the same. These are 4x8 I think but there are many sizes available of white subway style. Thanks!

Phyllis Sorbie wrote:Sep 1, 2014
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    Carl Mattison Design
    This is solid wood and offered at restorationhardware.com other places like pottery barn, rejuvenation and more have wooden, non recessed cabinets. this one is quite heavy but very functional!
Dawn Ferus wrote:Apr 10, 2014
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    andthentherewasnone wrote:Feb 6, 2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: Lovingly Resurrecting a Historic Queen AnneMar 26, 2014

      AFTER: Mattison’s design goal in the new guest bathroom was to create something neutral with a twist. The twist comes from the sink, which Mattison recovered from the original kitchen. For $300, he reglazed it and painted the bottom to match the large medicine cabinet from Restoration Hardware.“Most people would put in a vanity,” he says. “I wanted to start with a bit of whimsy. And most people wouldn’t put tile all the way to the ceiling, or use it as wainscoting.” Sink paint: Peppercorn; door paint: Mindful Gray; wall paint: Pewter Cast, all from Sherwin-Williams

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Kevin Burkett added this to webuser_592506534's ideasJun 7, 2019

      I like how you can see the cabinets hanging on the wall

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