Bathroom Design Ideas with Recycled Glass Benchtops
Pillar 3 Design Group
Pillar 3 Designed this bathroom for a high powered Lexington couple with a keen eye for design. They wanted a sanctuary where they could unwind. Now they can enjoy a glass of wine in the soaking tub and release the stresses of the day in their new steam shower. The steam shower features aromatherapy, and chroma (light) therapy.Radiant heat in the floor ensures that toes stay toasty, and new skylights bring in natural light. Design by Pillar 3 Design Group. General Contractor Kirby Geiger. Project management by Pillar 3 and Kirby Geiger. Photo by Brian Wilson
Town & Country Kitchen and Bath
Arkin Tilt Architects
Christina Rayburn at Prosource
Kraftmaid Cabinetry Door Style: Montclair Maple Color: Slate Countertop: Curava Color: Arctic
J&J Carpet One Floor & Home
Designer Dawn Johns specified Norcraft Cabinetry’s Cottage Maple door style in White for the bathroom vanity and wall cabinet above the toilet for additional storage. The beadboard door style is a staple design piece for any coastal design and brings some subtle texture to the space. A Recycled Glass Surface from Curava in the color Savaii was selected for the vanity countertop and was a unique way to include natural elements that resemble the look of sea glass into this coastal space. The vanity was complete with the Ribbon & Reed Hardware in Pewter Antique from Top Knobs Hardware.
This remodeled bathroom has a fresh, updated feel...just right for a beach vacation on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Love the openness and easy maintenance of the glass shower wall.
This traditional bathroom has a recycled glass counter with a custom mosaic mix for the counter and bathtub backslash. The counter color is called 431 and the mosaics are 3/4"x3/4". There are many colors, from white, grey, black and browns to reds, blues, greens and many more. You can also make a custom mosaic mix from our large variety of colors and choose from 3/4"x 3/4" or 3/8"x 3/8".
Castle Building & Remodeling
Designed by Interior Designer Elizabeth Bland The owners of this home near Lake Minnetonka had not one, but two very dated baths. Because the spaces were adjacent to each other and shared a plumbing wall, a remodel of both was in order. In the dark kids bath (which was also used for guests), a window was added and the baby blue tub and surround was replaced with a new (white) model. The homeowner loved the seaside vibe of the design concept, which was based on the homes proximity to the lake. Tile that mimics wood was selected for the floor along with a classic subway and glass & stone mosaic accent in the shower. A custom vanity was designed and topped with a recycled glass countertop that complements the rest of the color palette. Wood wainscoting, blue wall paint, and nautical accessories finished off the design concept. Although the completed bath is still blue, it is bright, updated and the clients (and kids) love it!
Phil Kline - General Contractor
Treve Johnson Photography
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Master bath. Photography by Lucas Henning.
Sustainable Design Group
This passive solar addition transformed this nondescript ranch house into an energy efficient, sunlit, passive solar home. The addition to the rear of the building was constructed of compressed earth blocks. These massive blocks were made on the site with the earth from the excavation. With the addition of foam insulation on the exterior, the wall becomes a thermal battery, allowing winter sun to heat the blocks during the day and release that heat at night. The house was built with only non toxic or natural materials. Heat and hot water are provided by a 94% efficient gas boiler which warms the radiant floor. A new wood fireplace is an 80% efficient, low emission unit. With Energy Star appliances and LED lighting, the energy consumption of this home is very low. The addition of infrastructure for future photovoltaic panels and solar hot water will allow energy consumption to approach zero.