This might be a small bathroom, but this surely didn’t stop the designer, Robert Frank Interiors, to go big in style! Its chic appeal comes from the stunning stone mosaic floor tiles and the floor-to-ceiling grey subway tiles. A custom white vanity with chrome faucet and sleek hardware creates a contrast against the grey wall tiles while a glass enclosed tub allows the space to feel open without compromising on comfort.
Originally designed as a guest bathroom, this space serves as great inspiration for any bathroom reno. This shows that you don’t necessarily need to have space to spare to end up with a dream bathroom. All you really need is to know how to combine the right elements to make the most of the space you have.
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Isn’t this a very inspiring bathroom? There’s so much to love here! The countertop is white quartz by PentalQuartz, color is Super White. Also, notice the sleek wall-mount toilet.
The paint color used on the ceiling and custom vanity with recessed-panel doors was Benjamin Moore Super White (PM-1).
The faucet and the under-mount sink are by Waterworks.
Floor tile is from New Ravenna. Gorgeous!
The plumbing fixtures are the Roadster Collection from the Waterworks Studio line. The under-mount tub is the Wright tub by Americh and the bath top material is white quartz by PentalQuartz.
The enclosed tub/shower measures 72″ wide x 36 ” deep.
The finished size of the shower niche measures approximately 15″ x 15″.
The tile installed in this bath was Sonoma Tilemaker’s Stellar Collection and the color is Quicksilver Grey.
Interiors: Robert Frank Interiors (Instagram ).
Photos by: Erika Bierman Photography.
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I hope this year is full of New & Blessed beginnings.
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