Mid-Century Master Bath

With no windows or natural light, we used a combination of artificial light, open space, and white walls to brighten this master bath remodel. Over the white, we layered a sophisticated palette of finishes that embrace color, pattern, and texture: 1) long hex accent tile in “lemongrass” gold from Walker Zanger (mounted vertically for a new take on mid-century aesthetics); 2) large format slate gray floor tile to ground the room; 3) textured 2X10 glossy white shower field tile (can’t resist touching it); 4) rich walnut wraps with heavy graining to define task areas; and 5) dirty blue accessories to provide contrast and interest.

Photographer: Markert Photo, Inc.

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jensen53 added this to Debs En-suite Looks7 September 2021

Wood vanity, floor tiles ,wall tiles but not the wood on the walls

delcardo added this to Green Bathroom19 August 2021

Vanity enclosed by wood wall. Toilet would be on other side of wood. Hiding most of toilet. Shower wall opposite facing vanity. When entering the door hinge would be on the right with built in linen/storage cabinet on right. Shower would be opposite toilet.

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