Saturday, May 1, 2010

Pulling the bathroom together...

Wall tile: 4x8 stacked white ceramic subway tile (Saltillo); medium grey tone grout; skinny grout lines; tile to ~44 inches around full bathroom, and to ceiling in the shower
Floor: 2x2 porcelain (deciding between white with grey grout which will be high contrast and very busy; or grey with grey grout. Leaning toward grey on grey, but its a taupey grey...we will do some more tile shopping.  The KEY is the shower floor will be seamless with the bathroom floor.  There will be no curb, no shower pan, no shower door, just a glass partition)
Fixtures: Riobel (Tiles Plus; the brand was recommended by plumber...great quality for the price; yes the squares should look nice with my square-y, chosen by my DH)
 Sink: Ikea Odenvik

Vanity: Ikea Godmorgon birch veneer. (I am always thinking up different ways to hack this vanity.  I am not a fan of veneer, but its the right size and look.  I want someone to use this vanity as a template to cut me some real wood and then I can just assemble it with the ikea hardware.  Is that, like, crazy talk?  Can that be done?)
 Toilet: Aquia II (Roman Bath Centre)
Light above mirror: Artemide basic strip
Mirror: A smaller version of this west elm mirror.  I like the simple metal frame.

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