A small bathroom needs updating. The owner wants a classic look in a warm color scheme that works with the existing 1920's Spanish style bungalow in Los Angeles. With this in mind, we created a concept using some of our favorite cement tiles and ceramic tiles that were in stock. Below are the sketches from the designer's notebook.
Side View of Bath
The bath is small, so we picked a large (8"x8") floor tile from our Classic Cement Tile line.
Plan View of Bathroom
Cement Tile Flooring Detail
The small bath doesn't get a lot of natural light, so we picked a handcrafted cream color tile with a crackle finish from our Gossamer Tile Line. The soft crackle finish is translucent and bright against the cream tile. We recommend a beveled brick tile to add interest, depth and texture around the room at "wainscoting height."
Wall Tile Detail: Crackle & Cracked Ice Accent
For the shower/tub surround, we used the same color tile, Cream Gossamer Crackle. However, to add tone-on-tone interest use a different size and pattern: 6"x6" tile on-point. This subtle effect works well in small places and for customers that want to maintain a basic color scheme.
View from Tub
Tiles Used for this Project
Here's a list of the tiles used for this project. It's your Avente Tile shopping list!