Traditional, Luxurious Master Bathroom
Designer Katheryn Cowles created a beautiful bathroom retreat with walk-in shower, large tub and glass accent tiles.
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December 02, 2014
Before: Boring Vanity
The white vanity and countertop is bland and uninspiring. Combined with typical striped wallpaper, the space needs an update.
After: Classic, Stylish Vanity
The neutral tile used throughout the space is utilized to create the look of a floating vanity. Bronze fixtures and knobs add a metallic touch to the rich brown vanity, and open shelves are the perfect storage space for towels.
Elegant and Timeless
Granite countertops and glass accent tiles add touches of luxury to the traditional vanity. Beveled mirrors help to reflect the daylight back into the room, creating a bright and open space.
Bronze fixtures fit in seamlessly with the granite countertops and glass tiles. Tiny fleur-de-lis along the base of the fixture add the quintessential timeless touch.
Before: Typical Shower and Tub
Though the bathroom features a separate shower and tub, it's time for an update. The homeowners don't use the current tub but still want to have one for resale value.
After: Stunning Tiled Bathroom
Floor-to-ceiling large neutral tiles open up the space, making it seem larger. Crackle-glass accent tiles are used as a border around the room and add a bit of opulence.
The oversized walk-in shower features glass walls that allow it to flow seamlessly into the rest of the bathroom. The same granite from the vanity countertops is used as a shelf and small seat in the shower.