A master bath renovation from Christopher’s Kitchen & Bath in Denver uses PentalQuartz in Arezzo to bring a high-contrast marble veining pattern to this eclectic design. Supporting designer Meg Miller’s modern vision for this fun and functional space, pattern, flashes of color and organic textures come together to create a space that is bold, but also refined and inviting.
Hand-crafted walnut cabinetry by Colorado-based Vern & Burl brings warm natural tones through the vanity. Lighter quartz, like Arezzo, atop dark cabinets brightens the whole space. Two pendant lights hang in front of each of three mirrored sections adding light close to eye level without adding visual weight to the design.
Patterned tile was installed as a feature wall in the shower and echoed behind the vanity. Our Memory encaustic tile collection offers this look as well as many other exciting patterns. The floor tiling has movement and the industrial variation of weathered steel. Get a similar look with the Corten Porcelain Tile line from Pental Surfaces.
For more from Christopher’s, visit their website.
Installation and Fabrication by YK Stone Center.
Photos by TG Image Photo.