To share a little behind the sciences of the green bath below are some working sketches when we were thinking through ideas and concepts. This sketch was showing a bit of Design Development when we were thinking about visually expanding the space by integrating a large mirror into the tile layout and filling the entire wall space outside of the shower area. I did a design like this in my own first house and after seeing how that super tiny space was transformed I work on solutions like this all the time now!
Below are our materials selections. The wall hung vanity was the keystone for the plumbing selections. It brought warmth and a rich tone into the room while also being super efficient. We liked it so much we used the same thing but smaller in a powder room downstairs!
Below is a progress shot of the tile install. At this point you finally start to see the light at the end of the tunnel and think the space might actually be done sometime soon. Thank goodness when we walked in that day we loved the green rather than being shocked by it.
More shots of the other baths coming soon!
Plumbing by Designer Bath, Green accent wall tile – Promenade in Sulfer from Ann Sacks. All the other limestone surfaces from Discover Tile. Pendant lighting from Newburyport Lighting. Architect: Walter Jacob Architects. GC: Apex Carpentry.