Stained Glass Bathroom

Stained Glass Bathroom

This Toronto Beach build came to a grinding halt when it became unclear how to incorporate a vanity into the small footprint. The bathtub and floor tiles had be completed, and the toilet installed; the architect came to us to solve the rest of the layout, which was complicated by a low window. Our solution: a custom counter top that ran under the window without obstructing it. To continue with the existing design aesthetic, we chose a floating counter top and closet design with touch latch opening, rather than hardware. The final challenge was the backsplash: the floor tiles, which had also been run up the wall, had been discontinued, so we had to get creative to finish the backsplash. We had custom tiles made to match, and found towels that play on the colour palette and horizontal tiling. We were thrilled to reveal this cohesive polished bathroom to the owners who’d been stuck with a design conundrum for too long.

Project

Stained Glass Bathroom

Type

Residential

This Toronto Beach build came to a grinding halt when it became unclear how to incorporate a vanity into the small footprint. The bathtub and floor tiles had be completed, and the toilet installed; the architect came to us to solve the rest of the layout, which was complicated by a low window. Our solution: a custom counter top that ran under the window without obstructing it. To continue with the existing design aesthetic, we chose a floating counter top and closet design with touch latch opening, rather than hardware. The final challenge was the backsplash: the floor tiles, which had also been run up the wall, had been discontinued, so we had to get creative to finish the backsplash. We had custom tiles made to match, and found towels that play on the colour palette and horizontal tiling. We were thrilled to reveal this cohesive polished bathroom to the owners who’d been stuck with a design conundrum for too long.

Project

Stained Glass Bathroom

Type

Residential