Neutral and Natural

In this luxurious bathroom, designed by Pig House Cabinets, the porcelain tile floor with an embossed grain, made to look like a wood plank, brings a rustic look to the room. An epic shower incorporates natural-colored tiles and smooth pebbles to create a waterfall look that visually bridges the gap between the shower and tub. The freestanding tub breaks up the large space, and the same pebbles used in the shower are represented around the tub. Maple wood vanity cabinets with Sequioa granite tops flank either side of the room. Mounted under the cabinets are LED lights on a motion sensor, a fun and functional feature that acts as a nightlight. A signature lighting fixture above the tub and sconces above the vanities add drama and ambiance.

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Bathroom design: Pig House Cabinets and Beacon Home Services

Granite: Cornerstone Granite

Pebbles and tile installer: Gold Line Tile

Pebbles and tile supplier: Louisville Tile

Photos by: Donita Rollan

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