Home » A range of porcelain, glass and mosaic tile create a sophisticated master bath design in a private residence located in Lafayette, CA
When a homeowner in California was looking to update her master bathroom and create a more relaxing space for herself, she enlisted the assistance of a local interior designer with a keen eye for design. “The overall design goal was to create a space that was serene and calm with a bit of sparkle,” said Kelly Morisseau, Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer (CMKBD®) and Certified Interior Designer (CID) of MSK Design Build, a design-build firm in Walnut Creek, CA. “The client went through the selection process and had final approval, but was content to let me direct the details.”
Morisseau, who has been specializing in kitchen and bath design for over 25 years, guided the homeowner in the selection of roughly 360 square feet of new tile to employ on the master bath’s floor; shower walls, floor and bench seat; two vanity backsplashes; and towel inset to the right of one of the vanities. For the bathroom’s floors and shower bench seat, 12- x 24-inch glazed porcelain tile from Ceramiche Capogalliano’s Dune series in the color “Beige,” as well as 2- x 2-inch mosaics for the shower walls and towel inset, were chosen. The shower floor consists of square-shaped interlocking tiles from Island Stone’s Random series in “Beige & Tan Marble Mix” in an 11 ¾- x 11 ¾-inch format, finished with Schluter System’s brushed nickel trim. For the two vanity backsplashes, as well as the lining for the shower bench, shower wall and towel inset, mosaic tiles from Arizona Tile’s Skylights glass tile collection in “Harvest Mélange” in a 9/16 - x 9/16-inch format were used. All of the tile was supplied by European Tile & Marble of Lafayette, CA.
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