The team also enlarged the small window above the toilet, added two frosted windows on the side of the vanity mirror, and a long, operable frosted window in the shower to let in natural light while maintaining privacy. “It’s a more cheerful, light-filled space,” says Greyster. Electricity and plumbing were also updated.
Glaister and Poulsen used Houzz photography to convey design ideas to homeowners, ultimately set in a blue-painted vanity (French moire by Sherwin-Williams) and a herringbone pattern. We ended up with a light and subdued style, complete with different shades of blue tiles. Showers.
Glaister also used Houzz Pro business software to: billing, notifying clients and collecting reviews for this project.
Floors are 16 x 32 inch glazed porcelain tiles with a creamy beige matte finish. “The tile lines have enough grip that the surface is completely non-slippery,” says Greister. “This was an opportunity to do something lighter, brighter and more practical.”
The shower floor is the same 2 by 2 inch size tiles with more grout lines to create additional grip.
Dressing table: VPM custom cabinet. Floor Tiles: Everest Rock Crystal Collection, 16 x 32 inches and 2 x 2 inches, Bedrossian tiles and stone. blue tiles: baby blue Chloe, 21/2″ x 8″ Bedrosian tile and stone. Wall, ceiling and trim paint: Swiss Coffee, Kelly-Moore Paints
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