One House, Three Projects
These projects were for a client I had previously done work for. You may remember the Blending Hexagons project. When she emailed and said she was ready to do her kitchen backsplash and bathroom, I was excited to see what she had in mind.
The client had a small backsplash under the exhaust hood, but was considering extending it to the ceiling. She also found a fun stretched hex tile she was hoping to incorporate. We ended up removing the white grout on the existing backsplash, continuing the existing pattern to the ceiling, using the stretched hexagon tile on all remaining walls, and grouting with Pearl Gray.
The plan to was tile over tile for the bathroom floor, but a few essential points have to be met first: the floor must be structurally sound, able to hold the weight of the new tile, and be prepared correctly to bond to the old tile. As I'm prepping the floor, the she shared that her spouse was liking the tile and wanted a backsplash in his bathroom.
Hence, the third project, artfully set my my friend at P2 Customs who was working with me for the day.
The final project was a classic white brick backsplash and Twenties Petal floor tile for the master bathroom. I love looking a the before and after photos!
The homeowners had already painted the vanity, added new hardware, new light fixtures, and painted the mirrors. With the new tile, the transformation looks stunning.
Enjoy your bathroom and kitchen Laura!