Willow Glen ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco
Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston
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Go vertical. When you're extending tile up the entire wall, consider turning it sideways and emphasizing height and verticality.
6. Tile and tub resurfacing. Although this is an affordable alternative to ripping out and replacing dated tile or an old bathtub, don't be tempted to save even more by trying it yourself. From the chemicals used to strip off the old finish to the delicate technique of applying a new one, it's a specialized job that calls for specialized help.
In every culture, yellow equals the warmth and appearance of the sun. This color brings radiance to a space and make a dark room feel brighter. For most people, yellow is cheerful and upbeat and reminds us to hope, but it is also the color of mourning in countries such as Egypt and Burma.
Bruckstein gave all of the bathrooms a full remodel, and each one is distinct. This bathroom was created for the basement and is adjacent to the playroom, so bright yellow was the way to go. Placing the yellow tiles in a vertical pattern gives the room a unique energy. The mix of tile materials are tied together via her play with rectilinear shapes and scales.