The powder room was kept simple with a sleek, minimalist design. The white floors and white cabinetry contrast against the same taupe wall covering used on the living room accent wall. A pebble accent tile was used along the toilet wall down to the floor for a sleek visual detail.
A soft neutral palette creates a serene environment in this sophisticated master bathroom. Tile is used on the floor, stairs and shower walls, but the shower floor features stone pebble tile. A large mirror above the double vanity helps to visually enlarge the space and bounce light around the room.
A pebble accent stripe on the wall behind the toilet continues to the floor in the modern powder room. The single vanity features a thick countertop with a long, linear sink and cabinet space underneath for storing hand towels, soap and toiletries.
This master bathroom features a walk-in shower with a partial glass enclosure and taupe wall tiles. A pebble tile accent strip on the shower wall matches the floor, while the neutral tiles that are used within the shower are also used to cover the bathroom floor outside of the space.
The homeowners love spending time in nature, so to personalize their space, they hoped to bring that natural feeling inside. The floor is made from decorative pebbles and is designed to look like a riverbed; that design is carried into the inlets in this shower. The tile walls of the bathroom compliment the colors in the floor and inlet as well.
A pair of fountain features flowing from natural rock casings create a beautiful transition from outdoor dining space to Asian rock garden. Pebbles cover the floor for a fun, natural texture. A cement stepping stone in the fountain pool allows for stepping over the water.
Large-scale neutral tile is used throughout the floor, bathtub surround and wall for a sophisticated, spa retreat. Mosaic tile is used behind the tub and on the walls to create visual interest and texture in the space, and pebble tile grounds the walk-in glass shower.
After: The grill station was made from fieldstone similar to the existing retaining wall along the property line and blend with the yard’s natural character. Mosaic Group used bluestone for the grill station floor. The counter is 4” thick black concrete with exposed Mexican beach pebbles and cantilevered over a round pillar that makes the space feel roomier.
This coastal cottage bathroom brings the beach indoors with a soothing blue and cream color palette. Painted white cabinets are glazed for a vintage look and then topped with blue-green countertops. A mix of tiles, from the matte shellstone floors to the blue glass and sea pebble mosaics, bring beautiful texture to the space.
Water is an integral part of this contemporary home's design. A walkway creates a unique experience as it floats above the water to lead up the floor-to-ceiling glass entryway. The home welcomes in its natural surroundings through the use of stacked stone walls, warm woods and even a stone pebble garden at the base of the stairs.