Tuesday, August 26, 2008

the bathrooms...






















here are some of the bathrooms in the house that i am working on. the master is my personal favorite. we used a lot of marble in the bathrooms as counter tops, subway tiles, and then in a basket weave on the floor of the master. the tub in the master is waterworks candide in burnish. penny rounds were used in two of the guest baths (love them...great floor tile for anyone building or remodeling).

16 comments:

Courtney said...

that tub is gorgeous! I'm loving these snippets of your work. Thanks for sharing,

Jennifer said...

Awesome! I am posting the pics of my powder room remodel later this week, and it appears we have a similar aesthetic. :o)

alyssa said...

I love your work! What material did you use on the walls of the
1st bathroom for the horizontal beadboard? Also, wondering what the pulls were that you used in the kitchen?

Anonymous said...

whole house looks so NICE!

Jennifer said...

I'm dying here! so pretty. I love how they are cohesive without being exactly the same.

joan said...

Absolutely lovely. Me want.

style and grace said...

Wow, beautiful!! Where are the bath towels from? I like that color against the marble.

Ashley L. said...

beautiful tile work! love it!

megan said...

oh so beautiful! that tub is divine!

girl meets glamour said...

Loving what your doing with them! Thanks for sharing, can't wait to see the final result!

~Kate

SimplyGrove said...

Oh that tub is amazing!!! You have a gorgeous portfolio!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

whoops.........I passed out from the site of that tub. Gawd, how lucky are they?

Wanderluster said...

Beautiful work. I love the mix of glass and marble tiles.

Pink Wallpaper said...

thank you all for your sweet comments. its great to have support like you out there for encouragement! y'all are the best :)

Stephanie said...

I ALWAYS love pennyrounds! Everything is lovely! Keep up the snippets of work- very inspiring!

mikeandmcgee said...

The first photo is GORGEOUS. It is exactly the sort of look and layout we want in our master bathroom. What did you use for the countertops? Is that soapstone?