|A combination of textures: "sisal" porcelain 12" x 24" tiles, set vertically, and finished with a gorgeous blend of deep blue and copper glass mosaics. Tile available through Architectural Ceramics.|
|Not pictured, but off to the right of this knee wall, is an independently operating hand shower, in case you just need a quick rinse and not a full shower.|
|Showing the dual rain head showers and each with their own drain (second drain behind the knee wall).|
|A photo showing the mix of tile in the bathtub/shower area. |
Tile available through The Tile Shop.
|We added the knee wall to offer separation between the vanity and the toilet; while adding a touch of privacy, not to mention giving a reason to showcase more of the fabulous tile my clients chose, |
available through The Tile Shop.
|The original bathroom vanity was 84" long and only had one small sink in the center - so while we were at it, we purchased new cabinetry to accomodate two sinks. |
I will share some more photos once the granite is installed!
|A close up of the travertine and glass mosaic blend tile. |
This blend is called "Cape Cod", (The Tile Shop)