One of several images from a recent design and build project I did. This was a small, cramped and dark midcentury bathroom. I began the remodel by extending the room out and removing the sheet rock drop ceiling. Website link in bio. @rebeccajay77 for the beautiful image @tilemakestheroom @alliedmaker #dwellbath
The moment you realize that you can’t unsee a master bathroom with dual shower heads and won't be satisfied in life until you have the same in your house 🚿🚿 We completed this look with marble tiles, a black and white accent shampoo niche, and @fergusonshowrooms fixtures!
Who said tiles only have to be for floors and backsplashes? We went all out with floor-to-ceiling white hex tiles in this guest bathroom, and we can't get enough of how much character it added to this neutral space! ◻️▫️◻️ - Plumbing fixtures: @fergusonshowrooms - Tile: @surfaceconceptsandslabs
I love to go clean and classic in a master bath. I have a tendency to grow tired of things 😳so when I was designing this space, I chose materials and finishes I felt would still be pretty in 10 years. I can always switch out the rug, art, and accessories when I'm bored and completely change the look. Does that make me a design scaredy cat? Or a design smarty pants? The jury is still deciding... 😉(But if you like me, please just say smarty pants 👖😘) . Swipe to see the before 🙈