Beyond the Bed and Bath

Earthy colors, patterned tile and a nature-inspired design take a master bath from 1980s ugly to 21st-century chic.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe earth-toned tiles in the shower complement the floor tile as well as the wall color.
A combination shower and tub replaces the oversize bathtub and the undersize shower stall. The earth-toned tile covering the shower walls adds a lot of texture and coordinates with the floor tile. The centerpiece of the shower is a handmade, glass tile that is inlaid with actual leaves. A linen closet, equipped with a versatile storage system now stands where the shower stall once was. A new cherry-finished, solid-wood vanity with matching mirror and overhead sconces gives the room a warm, farmhouse touch. The sconces hang down slightly in front of the mirror to create a more even glow across the face.

For specific product information, click on the first After photo of the room.

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