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Before & After: Green Tiled Bathroom Conversion

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Before & After: Green Tiled Bathroom Conversion

June 15, 2016

The only thing Chase and Lauren Daniel knew they wanted in their master bath was color.

The couple was almost finished with a total overhaul of their 1960s three-bed, two-bath house in Austin, Texas, and the main bathroom was the only room left undone. They had designed the rest of the house to feel “modern, warm, and inviting,” and the two creative types ended up with a palette of mostly white. Chase—a photographer and designer—and Lauren—marketing manager at eco-friendly clothing company Raven + Lily—knew the bathroom was their last chance to play with color and pattern, and the pair went all-in.

Photography by and courtesy of Chase Daniel.

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Above: Chase and Lauren chose Fireclay Tile‘s new six-inch triangles in Frost, Salton Sea, and Rosemary. The tile is handmade in California using 70 percent recycled materials; $35 per square foot at Fireclay.

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Above: There is no master bath, so this bathroom serves all three of the house’s bedrooms. “It needed extensive work,” says Chase, “so we took our time with the design and made sure all the elements worked together.”

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Above: The Daniels removed the existing built-in tub and replaced it with a smaller clawfoot tub for added style and space.

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Above: They sourced a floating vanity and mirrors from Ikea and paired them with a brass towel bar from CB2 and wall sconce from One Forty Three.

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Above: Chase and Lauren decided to randomize the tiles to avoid a too-tidy look. To them, the rich green tiles fit well with the rest of their home’s design. “The bathroom certainly has more color than the rest of the house,” says Chase, “but the muted tones add the perfect touch.”

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Above: The couple’s shower fixtures are from Rejuvenation.

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Above: Chase found the clawfoot tub at a salvage yard, and the wood stool at an antique mall; he refinished both himself.

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Above: The couple chose the dark green tile, Rosemary, to serve as a wainscot at the entrance of the bathroom and behind the toilet. “We wanted the tri-colored walls to read as accents, so we chose the richest color of the three to serve as a high-contrast wainscot against the white walls.”

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Above: Lauren and Chase wanted color in their new bathroom, but a different color than the existing peachy pink.

For more, see 10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Patterned Tiles and Before & After: A Brooklyn-Inspired Bath in Los Angeles.

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