A wall of glass mosaic tiles gives energy to the small room while the simple arrangement of components keeps a sense of order. Given the new vanity’s storage capacity (plus a new wall-hung cabinet above the toilet) we decided to forego the traditional recessed medicine cabinet. The shower stall ceiling was raised to full height, and the entire width opened to the room with a frameless glass door from Empire Shower Doors. We decided to use the mosaic tile again in the shampoo niche.
The opening of the cramped shower makes the room appear larger. The new glass door, glass 3×6 tile on the walls, 12×12 porcelain tiles on the floor and chrome fixtures mix together to create a soothing feel.
City Cabinetmakers made the flat-front, clean and simple vanity in makore veneer. The warm cabinetry color picks up the reddish-brown random tiles that appear in the mosaic backsplash. The sparkly countertop slab that contains bits of mirror glass is ‘quartz reflections‘ from Caesarstone, which is from their recycled product line. Chrome hardware ties the piece back in to room.
In the living room, here is the fireplace with new stone tile, slab hearth and mantel.
Ann Sacks “luxor grey” limestone tile and “topo azul” slab and a wood mantel painted in a similar grey give the fireplace a subtle presence in the room, toned down from the stark white it was previously.