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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Attic bungalow master bath

Attic Bungalow Master Bath


Here's a master bathroom that is designed to have a classic Craftsman-style bungalow feel.

The homeowner has proved that when done right, mixing modern amenities with traditional style can be a thing of beauty.

The goal of many bathroom projects is to protect the integrity of the space without compromising the details of a much-needed facelift.
Homeowner and architect Rick Jones successfully achieved this goal in his historic arts-and-crafts style bungalow.

The homeowners desperately needed another bathroom in the home, so they decided to open up the space and make a grand master bathroom.

The reclaimed and re-milled heart-of-pine lumber is more than 100 years old. The wood was installed horizontally as well as vertically to capture the height of the space.

Surrounding the tub is one of the room's more traditional features - vintage-style subway tile. Classic subway tile is a two-to-one size ratio, so its style is appropriate to the age of the home.
The closet-style shower with its glass enclosure, black molding and top-shelf faucets is the height of modern bathroom style.
The light-wood vanity is covered with an elegant black soapstone countertop and sink. The soapstone complements the shower molding, mirror and window treatments. It also serves as a stark contrast to the room's wooden accents and white tile floors.

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