Sharon Holmin Interiors
5 Reviews

Los Angeles Family Bath

This bathroom was ripped out down to the studs and floor joists. The ceiling was raised up as high as possible, angling down just under the roof line, which made the space feel much larger. A rectangular skylight was installed directly over the tub, so sunlight floods into it in the early morning hours. Traditional subway tile, used as wainscoting, anchors the bath to the age of the house. Glass mosaic tile and four types of white marble update the look. High end finishes were used throughout.

Photography by J. Tom Archuleta.
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
Los Angeles Small Family Bath
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Blue and white contemporary bath ties into the age of the home with traditional subway tile wainscoting and hexagonal tile floors. Photography by J. Tom Archuleta
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The Faucets, by California Faucets, work with the age of the home and the updated vintage vibe in the bath. Photography by J. Tom Archuleta.
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We used pebble tile on the shower floor. The bath floor is a stretched hex in Calacatta Marble is from Walker Zanger's Metropolitan series. The shower drain is by Ginger. Photography by J. Tom Archuleta
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