Tudor House - |ensuiteTransitional Bathroom, Vancouver
Jo Ann Richards, Works Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Granite and quartz are popular choices for bathroom countertops. Both are durable, high-quality materials with designer patterns. Granite needs to be sealed every one or two years because it’s a porous stone.Softer stones like marble scratch more easily than granite and quartz and have less tolerance for moisture. Wood and laminate don’t always mix well with moisture either, but they may be more budget friendly than stone.
In this modern bath, a timeless hexagonal floor tile is paired with black cabinetry, which is a surprising and contemporary choice for the bath. A light, neutral wall color and white trim keep the room from looking too dark; natural light and a large window also help keep things light and airy.