The master bathroom in Beavercreek is moving along very, very well. The major changes in this week’s blog shows the finished shower tile. The detail Brian has put into making every single piece perfect is exactly what you want when you’ve got a more complicated tile design.
For example, the niche in this shower just happened to layout in a very difficult spot that required a lot of tile cutting. When looking at the niche straight on, Brian made it look as though the pattern continues without a break.
The accent tile going around the tub deck and shower is a 3″x12″ tile called Universal Accent by Daltile. Both the wall topper and the bench seat in the shower have the same granite as the countertop. From a design standpoint, this is what takes a good bathroom to a great bathroom. The next element to be installed in the shower will be the heavy glass shower door.
The hall bath has been finished and is completely functional for our clients. Some of the things to pay attention to in this room are the cabinet, mirror, light fixture and plumbing fixtures.
A sink base cabinet does not have the room underneath it for drawers because the plumbing is in the way. What we’ve done here to give the client space for organization is to install a tilt tray. This is a place for sponges that may be wet or small cleaning supplies.
The mirror is framed with the same wood and stain as the cabinets which is a detail that finishes off the look and ties everything together. The light fixture is a Kichler, 4-Light Bath Strip in an Olde Bronze finish. It matches very well with the plumbing fixtures which are also an Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.
The next major changes we’ll see in this project are the cabinets in the master bedroom. Those will be installed followed by the carpet in the entire upstairs!