Here’s the third bathrooom renovation submission we received in response to last week’s request. It’s a 6-by-6-foot space next to the kitchen that was a total disaster when the house was purchased. The new owner did a gut renovation, creating custom cabinetry and using a mix of travertino romano and travertino niche marble across the walls and surfaces. The only pieces that are not in place yet are the frameless shower door and the brushed nickel fixtures from Restoration Hardware. It would be interesting to see how this fits in with the aesthetic of the rest of the house.
Let’s Try This Bathroom Thing Again [Brownstoner]
Bathroom Reno #2: After the Fire [Brownstoner]
Bathroom Reno #1: $3,000 Goes A Long Way [Brownstoner]
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