COUNTERS AND TILE INSTALL - BREAK ARCH PROJECT - MASTER BATHROOM REMODEL

Let's just get to it! Here's progress tour of the Break Arch master bathroom remodel. Go here to see the before photos and here to see more about the project. 

MASTER BATHROOM TOUR

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tami faulkner design
tami faulkner design
tami faulkner design
tami faulkner design
tami faulkner design
tami faulkner design

Quite a transformation, right! 

THE TAKE AWAY

  • It's never's a good look to leave the side of an exposed cabinet blank. It will make the space feel unfinished.
  • Use a panel that matches the cabinet doors on all exposed sides of cabinets for a completed, well thought-out look like is shown in this project.
  • Did you notice the soap cubbies in this project? Instead of adding an accent tile in the shower soap niches and cubbies, continue the shower wall tile for an uninterrupted, transitional look.
  • Today counter tops are typically fabricated from solid surface materials like stone and quartz. Consider using the solid surface counter material on all other horizontal surfaces in the bathroom like we've done in this project. You'll notice that we've used it on the tub deck, the pony wall dividing the tub and shower, the shower dam, the shower bench and the bottom of the soap cubbies.
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Thanks for following along! 

Tami

PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT:

JAYLENE CROSBY / THIS SOJOURN LIFE - *all photos except last one

RACHEL ALLENE - *last photo only