This bathroom started as the original kitchen of the home which was built in the 1970′s. After extensive remodeling elsewhere in the home, the kitchen was moved and this room was re-purposed as a bathroom. The entire space was demoed and built again. The clients needed a large bathroom on this floor as it is the only guest bath. A new vanity was built-in with plenty of storage and display area and a warm cream marble top finishes the piece. New oil rubbed bronze plumbing fixtures and lighting accent the cabinetry. The tile mosaic wall has several different tones in the stone which reflect the light green in the mirrors. The large format tile moves around the room into the shower wrapping the space together. The built-in shower has a large piece of glass that shields the flooring from water. This glass also opens up the space and allows more light in. A similar mosaic pattern continues in the shower using the same colored tiles used behind the mirror differing in size and shape. Natural light enters through a large window, allowing for a pleasant spa like feel.
Terms, styles and materials used in this project – Flagstaff, mountain home, rustic tile, alder vanity, organic contemporary
Photography by Steven Kaye