Craftsman Bathroom

This 1980s bathroom was gutted and redesigned to fit with the craftsman aesthetic of the rest of the house. A continuous band of handmade Motawi ginkgo tiles runs the perimeter of the room. Rich green walls (Benjamin Moore CC-664 Provincal Park) provide a contrast to the crisp white subway tiles in two sizes and the wainscot (Benjamin Moore CC-20 Decorator’s White).
Photos: Emily Rose Imagery

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barbara_cunningham88
Barbara Cunningham added this to Bathroom5 February 2021

Vanity style and color, sink, lights

jenellemazzoncini
Jenelle Mazzoncini added this to Master Bath21 January 2021

Wainscotting- more affordable than tile?

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David Green added this to David's Ideas19 December 2020

drawer pulls and window trim like ours. Shaker cab style -- but even the lower walls echo the cabinet. Another mirror that's hung like a painting

betsey_edwards
Betsey Edwards added this to Betsey's Ideas11 December 2020

baedwards213@gmail.com Nice wainscoting/paint with tile perimeter. Vessel sink. Natural wood vanity.

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