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The owners were passionately involved in every aspect of the design, and pushed the team to make choices they normally...
For the master bath, the clients requested a splash of color: sea green concrete Moroccan tiles with geometric designs.
The brass fittings are new to the project but are similar to metal that was originally used elsewhere in the project.
A glass-lined shower with a Hudson Reed showerhead adds a modern touch to the second-floor bathroom.
White tiles — hydraulic ones on the floor and “biselado” (meaning “beveled”) ones on the walls — make for a tranquil...
In the marble-paved bathroom, the architects employed a simple trick to get the most out of the small space.
Uncovering the original concrete surfacing of the columns, which are unusually thick thanks to the building’s original...
The second-floor bathroom includes a washroom that can be closed off from the bathing area with a sliding glass door.
Heath Ceramics tile continues in the master bathroom.
Rock stands in the doorway to the boys’ bathroom, which is lined with semi-gloss Modern Dimensions tiles from Daltile.
Sofie and Frank built a box around an ordinary glass fiber shell bathtub, then covered it in a mosaic of shower tiles.
The Basics series radiator by Italian manufacturer Tubes doubles as a towel rack in the bathroom.
In the renovated bathroom, a freestanding bathtub sits beneath a skylight that runs the width of the room.
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