The overall look.
Shower niches are very functional in small spaces.
Tile curbs, using bullnose and base cove, keep water where it is supposed to be.
How the curb looks from above.
Fun accents that don't cost a lot.
Cut-out in the middle of two subway tiles.
Grab bars are a handy feature.
A little splash of color behind the sink.
Creating surprises in usually non-descript areas, like a shower niche, is a great way to add character to your space. Using Cosmic Clouds as accents in a shower will give you a reason to smile every morning.
Lots of great variation in the tile and carefully positioned accents where the homeowner will notice them, often at eye level, make for a lively look.
Small details make the difference! Josh designed a double bullnose tile that tops the shower threshold. This bullnose, with parallel bullnose edges, is a newly invented tile that allows water to shed off the top and not sit in the grout lines, which makes cleaning easier.
Windows in a shower are usually a big challenge, trying to wick away standing water to mitigate mold situations. Josh created corner L trims that wrap each corner, requiring no grout lines! The window is made of vinyl, so no chance for deterioration of the window, which also helps keep the water at bay.
Switch plate with Cosmic Planet friends. No one wants to be lonely, so we gave this switch plate lots of friends to keep her company.
Corners can be challenging areas to set tile. Hohn & Hohn Inc did a great job setting the handmade tiles so everything matched up visually.
Small showers can have high impact and refreshing color.
Details, placed well, make for great design.
Overview of the design of the Peacock floor pattern.
Wainscoting usually goes up the wall to a height of 42" to 46". Base coves are used along the floor, sitting on top of the floor (as opposed to flush with the tiles) in this installation.
Built-in shower niches are both very utilitarian and add architectural details to a space.
Tile wainscoting and toilet
Print this out architectural drawing of the bathroom to use to create your own color study for you bathroom project.
Family bathroom Andromeda Cosmic Cloud mural. A must see when visiting the Eastside Coop!
Nursing station in the Family bathroom
Cloud Moon Cosmic Cloud Strip
Close up of Cloud Moon 12" x 12" Cosmic Clouds
Milky Way Mint Cosmic Strip
A throne for a king or a queen.
Crown Trim is a classic touch
The underside of the sink never looked so good.
Herringbone pattern in Marshmallow. 1" x 2"
Elegant "throne" resting on beautiful peacock tiles.
Here is straight shot when looking down and you can see the transition of how our tiles meet the stone hallway floor.
Louis Voigt the tile setter laid 3600 individual tiles by hand making this amazing powder room floor come to life.
Make any room more stylish with color and pattern.
This is the fun part choosing the mosaics from Clay Squared to Infinity. Levi patina, Brulee, marigold, matador red, golden rod, steel patina, north shore, jade moss, hematite, pistachio, wasabi, copper patina, Pesto, avocado, Aurora borealis, nutmeg, caramel, frosted malt. Check our all of our choices click here.
Laying out of the large tiles.
Corner shot with Zig Zag tiles with base cove in Avocado and Hematite
Zig Zag tiles with base cove in Avocado and Hematite
A little Zen happiness