Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Roaring 1920s Subway Tile Bathroom



The holidays are almost over, and we've been as busy as ever!  Here is another bathroom we've recently completed, in a gorgeous 1920's historic estate.  However, this time, the typical white subway tile and hexagonal floor tile took a bit of a twist, with ceramic deco tile along the border of the wainscoting and throughout the shower walls.  To finish the bathroom off, we added a custom-built wood window to hold 2 stained-glass art pieces.

Here are a couple of DURING pictures:





Here are the AFTER pictures:









To see more bathrooms we've done, click here to go to Bathrooms under the Project Photos section.

Good Home Construction, CA Lic. #852240 333 El Camino Real, #101, Tustin, CA 92780 714-743-5053 info@goodhomeconstruction.com www.goodhomeconstruction.com

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4 comments:

Aimee said...

Looks amazing!
I love looking at the projects your company does.......
Only wished I lived in America! I think we have such boring architecture. Keep up the fab work.

My Realitty said...

Love the colors and materials. The craftsmanship is outstanding.
I have seen old hexagonal tile in Berkeley with Company names on the entry from the sidewalk to the front door. I have always wanted that tile with my monogram in my bath.

Of course real estate agents would say that's not good for resale... C

G8rAlly said...

Love your work on this project, as well as the homeowner's personal touches, since isn't that what a remodel is all about: make it feel more like your own personal space and home. It's perfect! I hope they love it. Thanks for sharing.

kathryn said...

Really love your work! Do you happen to remember where you got that deco tile on the wall? I haven't had any success finding something similar.

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