Good Bones host Karen created this hydroponic planter using 5" PVC post covers to contain the nutrient-rich growing solution. A 4" hole-saw was used to cut holes in the container for the plants to extend through, and the front is covered with hex tiles left over from the new bathroom. Plants include bibb lettuce, red-leaf lettuce, basil, mint and tarragon.
The guest bathroom features a lot of grand design, including clay stamped, white tiles, hex floor tiles with a black pencil accent, and a wall mounted faucet above the wooden vanity, giving the small space a vintage 1900s feel.
Tile accents shine in this beautiful black and white bathroom. Hex floor tiles run from beneath the wooden vanity to the inside of the shower, with a custom pattern on the shower shelf and grid shower glass door.
The kitchen, newly relocated to the front portion of the house, features quartz countertops in light gray, a concrete sink, double-stacked upper cabinets, marble hex tile and brushed stainless appliances.
The inspiration for the room’s tile-on-tile look came from Turkish bathhouses the family visited on vacation. Sonal put oversize cream-color hex tile on the floor, and graphic cement tile from Cement Tile Shop on the wall above the vanity. “Blending patterns in different sizes and scales looks exciting,” she says. A curvy bronze-edged mirror from Uttermost and an aged-finish vanity by Cabinetcraft Custom Cabinetry clinches the bathhouse vibe.