Client Project Update

For the past few months, we’ve been working with a great couple helping them update their master bathroom. This is the design we landed on with them.

We had a chance to go and check on progress yesterday and thought we’d share a few progress shots…

Client Master Bathroom

The porcelain floor is just gorgeous. It’s the perfect balance of gray and taupe so it’s not too cold.

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And here you can see a peek of the shower floor which is a hexagon marble with inlay. The shower walls are a simple white subway tile with dark gray grout. There will be a bench in the glass-doored shower that is just a marble slab.

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Mirrors and sconces will go in next week along with paint. We’re planning on doing a very light greige on the walls, then doing a patterned roman shade on the window. Will keep you updated!

Tessa Signature


4 Responses to “Client Project Update”

  1. Rachel
    June 12, 2014 at 10:43 am #

    Wow, just stumbled across your blog and LOVE your work. This bathroom is stunning! We are just about to start on construction of a (very small) master bath – our first house – and we’re having trouble sourcing some of the materials, namely flooring that is beautiful but not marble. Do you have any suggestions for sources? Thanks so much!

    • Rachel
      June 29, 2014 at 11:08 pm #

      Hi again, just following up on my previous question (which you approved for the comment section). Loved the floor tile you showed in this post – do you have any info on the sources or advice for bathroom floors (marble or otherwise)? Thanks so much!

      • tessa
        July 1, 2014 at 10:17 pm #

        Hi Rachel–yes, sorry saw your comment and meant to respond! We love porcelain flooring for the bath. It’s great looking and affordable. Pick a long, lean board like 6×24 or 6×36. We were just at Home Depot last week and they had a couple of good options for around $3/sq ft. Then, you can splurge on marble in a smaller area like the floor of the shower. We find better prices for marble online, but always request a sample because you want to see it in person. Hope that helps and best of luck with your project!

  2. Stephanie A
    June 11, 2014 at 4:00 pm #

    LOVE LOVE LOVE IT ALL!! Great job — they are going to be so happy!! What a beautiful bathroom!!

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