Would you believe it started out looking like this? .....
This is the original bathroom in Cindy's 1930s home. She lived with it for 16 years before taking on the remodel.
I'd say it was worth the wait. Wouldn't you?
The original footprint was not ideal, so Cindy stole some space from bedroom closets to get the desired amount of room.
Cindy had a difficult time choosing finishes, as she likes many different styles.
She ultimately chose to go with Daltile Navelli Carrera Star 12 x 12 tiles on the bathroom floor and shower walls, a marble mosaic for the shower floor, and this unique bubble accent tile.
I love how Cindy positioned the tub in front of the shower. Such a wise use of space, and makes a great design statement.
The ceiling is painted Sherwin Williams' Black Magic. The crown molding is dropped about a foot from the 9' ceilings with rope lighting behind it. How cool is that?
The custom vanity has a soapstone countertop.
I thought this bathroom had such a unique and interesting mix of materials that gave it a definite "wow factor." Hope you enjoyed it, too :)
Thank you, Cindy, for letting me show off your beautiful bathroom!