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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yanicsimard
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Design Your Dream Bathroom20 Feb 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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hylidesign
HY LI DESIGN added this to Riedel, 1660 Fernside St. Woodside11 hours ago

Off center faucet and vessel for powder room

minpin1
Doug Bee added this to Master Bath14 hours ago

pattern tile in shower and on floor LOVE

cscannon
cscannon added this to Master bath21 hours ago

Curbless shower. 32" opening allows a wheelchair.

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