I’ve observed that installing tile and grout takes patience and skill. It might seem like it’s taking a long time for the bathrooms to come together but it’s worth the wait. Our mudroom is right off the rear school entrance at The Ashland House.
Beyond the mudroom is the powder room. The wall tile in the powder room hasn’t been installed yet. The floor grout was put in this week, however, and it looks great.
Check it out:
Close up of 1″ Hex Mosaic with Graphite grout
Here’s a different perspective:
Yes! This picture IS upside down. I told you it was a different perspective. Look, there’s no threshold. Yippee! You may have figured it out already but there will be a pocket door here. The only pocket door in the house. Originally we had planned for two in the Jack and Jill bathroom. That’s another blog post. Remind me to tell you about it.
Speaking of the Jack and Jill…
Oh, Happy Penny Round with Platinum grout!
Although not upside down a different perspective can be found here:
This room will have a subway tile surround (tile that goes on the walls & around the room) with the same fantastic grout.
What other bathroom will have this same grout you ask?
Master Bath Floor Tile 2″ Hex Mosaic with Platinum Grout
The shower tile will be 4″ x 16″ with white grout. We have a bunch of lovely natural light in this room because it has a southern exposure and a large dormer window.
Close Up of Master Bath Floor Tile and Grout
Want to see the kiddo’s bathroom?
Almost finished. This area will have white grout.
Sloped ceilings in showers are charming… if there’s enough room to stand up, right?
OMG! The black grout! The black grout! Remember the black grout?! Here it is:
Do you hear that?! It’s my heart singing. This is the floor of the kiddo’s bathroom. We used 2″ hex tile mosaic with charcoal grout. There will be a black vanity with a quartz countertop (A remnant of Silestone we found in Maywood – separate story!).
Congratulations! You made it to the end of this post. Thank you dear reader & have a Joyful Day!