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Light Contemporary Bathroom by Tim Scott

NKBA's 2014 Design Competition Winner: Small Bath - First Place

Co-Designer: Erica Westeroth, CKD, NCIDQ

This bathroom's driftwood hued floor tile, blue/ sand glass backsplash and sea foam colored walls evoke a feeling of a tranquil day at the beach. Designed for a family of three, the space feels natural and comfortable, and is easy to maintain. The designer incorporated a small foot-print from an adjacent bedroom closet to allow enough depth for a walk-in shower. The sink area was relocated to the opposite wall to provide ample counter space and storage for three users. The large expanse of framed mirror visually expands the space and helps bounce the light. Other special features such as the wood-like tile floor and the exposed thermostatic shower valve blend into the bathroom¿s simple color palette and subtle texture.

Photo By: Larry Arnal/Arnal Photography
Tim Scott
XTC Design Incorporated
39 Marina Avenue
Toronto M8W 1K4
phone (416) 491-9444
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