Cosmic Rain Bathroom

For those who like lots of details and patterns, this striking bathroom can create the desire to want to take the shower immediately! Choosing the Aquilla Pattern in our Copper Patina glaze with multiple different stamped tiles throughout creates a soft and calm space in dry area of the bathroom. The shower area features Josh’s new 3″ x12″ Cosmic Rain tiles to create this resplendent bathroom experience.  Creating a rain like effect in the shower. The floor is made up of our elongated hexagon in the Coco Moon with some random stamped designs for a little extra detail. For those who want a immersive tile experience this tiled bathroom design provides a sublime experience.

Project Specs

Field Tile

Copper Patina

Coco Moon

Silver

Sizes

1.5 x 6″
3 x 3″
3 x 6″
6″x 6″
3″x 12″
2″ x 3″ Elongated hexagon

Pattern

Aquila

Partners

Installation by Hohn &  Hohn Inc.
Architect – Mitlyng Design + Architecture
Stained Glass by Phil Daniels
Photos by Sarah Whiting Photography
Lighting by Bicycle Glass Company
Vanity and medicine cabinet by Hossle Woodworks
Ceramic Sink by Dock 6 Pottery
Contractor  –Yanz Builders, LLC
Plumbing – Louie’s Plumbing Company
Electrical Realm Electric
Fixtures – Ferguson
Glass shower door – Glass Trends LLC


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The tile job for my basement bathroom was not one that falls within the norm these days, as I wanted to replicate a 1930s look. I am thrilled with the results and feel that the shading in the Kiwi Green tiles looks historically accurate.

- Erica Flynn

 

Josh is a pleasure to work with–we’ve been working together for 15 years on various projects. He’s always incredibly knowledgeable and willing to help. He provides a wide selection of some truly beautiful and unique handmade tiles, and we rely on him for many of our historic renovation projects. We really appreciate his care in taking our designs and making them a reality, ensuring the tile designs and colors remain appropriate to the architectural integrity of the house while working within the homeowner’s budget.

- David Heide Design Studio



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