They found that the fish-scale tile looked greener in showroom lighting but bluer in the bathroom light. This informed their decisions for finishes. “We kept asking, ‘What do we think in this particular light looks the best?’” Tyler says.
With their material selections dialed in, Tyler played around with tile designs in her 3D program and came up with the more or less finished room shown here. This gave her and the Blanks confidence in their decisions, because they knew what they’d be getting.
Though this is technically the guest bathroom in the Blanks’ two-bedroom, two-bathroom home, they now walk right past the bathroom closest to their main bedroom and into this new bathroom. And who can blame them?
Contractor: Whidbey South Woodworks
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