Almost finished master bath with waterfall tile and walnut vanity
My husband and I have just moved in to our house that we've been renovating for the past 5 months. The house was built in 1949 and had 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. One of our "must haves" was a large steam shower in the master bath. We managed this by converting the smaller bedroom into a master bath and adding on a master bedroom.
Shower pan was hot mopped and filled with water for inspection. From MasterBath
The tile guys used some baseboard that was lying around to hold up the ceiling tiles while the grout set: From MasterBath
Custom floating vanity in walnut. Counter top is quartz, sinks were provided by the fabricator and the faucets are Grohe. We had the linen tower from our previous house remodel, it's from Ronbow. From MasterBath
Toto dual flush toilet.
The waterfall couldn't be recessed into the wall, our first plan, because the wall was a shear wall. We had our tile guy build it out about an inch, the width of 3 glass tiles, instead. From MasterBath
Floor tile in Sintesi Glamour Brown and wall tile is Palais Beige from TileShop. Wall color is BM Grasshopper. Light fixtures are George Kovacs Tube Brushed Nickel LED Wall Sconces, and mirrors are Loft 24-Inch Dark Walnut, all from Bellacor.
We still have to hang the mirrors and put up towel bars. The shower glass will be installed next week.
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