know hexagons were slightly overdone in 2014, but seriously can you get enough of this wall tile? I can’t. Fo’shizzle. I know that my 4 kids would have toothpaste all over the walls, that inevitably Cal would want to see if permanent marker works on the tile, and it would just never look like this inspiration pic, but I love it and someday, when I am old and kid free and looking back on “the good old days with little kids” I will have an amazing bathroom like this!
In order to give the redesign a seamless feel, Brigham and Archuleta carried the use of wood throughout the room—including the shower. Archuleta researched types of wood that can withstand a high-moisture environment, and the most visually appealing was coastal redwood. He came across an unlikely source of reclaimed redwood: old pickling vats from a company called Trestlewood. Experience in working with reclaimed wood taught Archuleta that “wood that’s been exposed to liquid for long ...
Brigham works primarily with wood and Archuleta had recently been exploring the potential of glass fiber reinforced concrete, so those disparate but complementary materials became the main focus of the project. Together, the warm wood and the clean, minimalist concrete create a “warm and serene space, reminiscent of a spa,” says Brigham. Courtesy of: Chris Brigham
There are many modern bathroom, so you should be more specific with your ideas. Do you prefer modern bathroom all in white and gray, which are minimalist decor and have a lot of light? Or would you prefer to have modern bathrooms that glow in bright colors and bring you a sense of Caribbean flair to the home?