Santa Monica Garage conversion

This beautiful bathroom features cement tiles (from Cement Tile Shop) on the floors with an infinity drain a custom frameless shower door and custom lighting. Vanity is Signature Hardware, and mirror is from Pottery Barn.

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to How to Design Your Dream Bathroom20 February 2017

1. Bring in an elegant tile One of the best parts of designing a dream bathroom is the chance to use lots of luxurious tiles. Whether you love a bold pattern, sumptuous stone or just crisp classic white, floor-to-ceiling tile gives a bathroom a sense of polish and luxury.My personal dream bathroom would have large-format stone tiles (50 by 75 centimetres or bigger) to create a virtually seamless effect, as shown in the previous photo, in a space I designed for a client. However, you can get a lot of impact by applying a coveted tile to just the floor (generally the smallest ‘wall’ in the space) and using plain subway tile elsewhere, as shown here. It’s a beautiful look on a balanced budget.

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Bunny Mc Lernan added this to Bathroomyesterday

I kinda like the tile floor, for excitement. Might be nice in laundry room

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