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I thought you would enjoy some pictures of a bathroom project that was recently completed for a client. The house is a 1920’s home in Hershey, the Sweetest Place on Earth. We wanted to marry the new materials and modern amenities, such as large shower and double vanity with the home’s history and architecture. I think this turned out fantastic.
The mosaic floor is such a great focal point in the room. We used this same hex shape on the shower floor, but in a small black tile, and notice the hardware on the vanity–hex knobs. The subway tile is not flat, but rather it has a wavy texture to it, really giving a nod to the period of this home. The mirrors are framed in an un-lacquered brass. The lighting is fun, with the red cords. We needed to make the space a little fun, it is the bathroom used by the clients’ young boys.
Hope you enjoy the pictures!