Deborah’s master bathroom received a makeover suited to her affinty for the lighter side of earth tones. The sculpted white porcelain bowls for the matching sink basins provided a subtle contrast to the pink hues of the natural stone counter top. We were able to procure a remnant which was a perfect fit and just large enough to include the back splashes but was reduced in cost due to its size. The counter tops were finished with a simple ogee edge so as not to distract from their natural beauty.
The 12″x12″ tile floor was laid on a diagonal pattern with a tile trimmed to 4″x12″ and a 4″x12″ deco tile used to create a border placed on a standard lay along the outer edge. The walls had 8″x12″ tile placed as a wainscoting with several tiles containing a medallion centered diagonally on those tiles. The wall tiles continued into the shower and covered the shower seat. Two inch square tiles were used in the shower floor to follow the contours of the sloped mortar bed beneath.
A porcelain coated cast iron, claw foot tub was chosen in white to match the sink basins. Existing cabinetry remained in place and merely needed a fresh coat of paint. Brushed nickel faucets were installed for sinks, tub, and shower alike. A new toilet for the water closet and a fresh coat of paint completed this project, providing Quinta Contractors, LLC with yet another satisfied client.