People's Choice Award - Best Master Suite

The "Luster of the Pearl” combined the allure of clean lines and redefined traditional silhouettes with texture and opulence. The color palette was fashion-inspired with unexpected color combinations like smokey violet and tiger-eye gold backed with metallic and warm neutrals.

Our design included cosmetic reconstruction of the fireplace, mosaic tile improvements to the kitchen, artistic custom wall finishes, and introduced new materials to the Portland market.

For more about Angela Todd Studios, click here: https://www.angelatoddstudios.com/

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johnfrwhipple
By Any Design Ltd. added this to 10 Tips on Getting Bathroom Tile Layout Right9 August 2017

8. Cure between stepsSealing tile and natural stone can enhance many tiles. A solid practice is to prepare a sample tile board and seal it before sealing an entire bathroom or shower – all of which should be done prior to installing the floor tile.Make sure you stay off these floors until they’re fully cured, and wait as long as possible before sealing the job. Don’t let your crew install the tile in two days, grout the third and then seal the following day. Each stage needs time to dry before proceeding.

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steveworks
Steveworks LLC added this to Steam Showers29 March 2021

less involved plumbing, but we could add more bench

hendev
hendev added this to Country House bathroom11 March 2021

Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR SaveEmail 8. Choose porcelain wall and floor tile. Porcelain can last a lifetime, so chances are you won’t have to replace it as you get older. It’s also perhaps the easiest surface to clean. Water and a rag normally do the trick. If you’re concerned about grout, look for porcelain tile with a rectified edge. Finely cut edges allow for thin grout joints (as little as 1/16 inch in some styles). You can purchase a presealed grout as well.