Project Spotlight: Sugar and Charm Bathroom Reveal
Eden Passante's bathroom gets extra charming thanks to matte white shower tile in Sugar and lovely hexagon floor tile in London Fog. Partnering with her friend and designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, the Sugar and Charm creator got the serene, spa-like space of her dreams.
Eden also has an equally charming kitchen, you can see more of it here!
Tile Shown: Glazed Thin Brick in Olympic
Now, onto the bathroom!
What were your goals for your master bath? What did you want to change?
This bathroom was much smaller before and we pushed it out to make it a little bigger. the goal was to make it spacious for two people, with a larger comfortable shower, double sinks and lots of storage!
What was the aesthetic you were going for?
We wanted a serene, spa-like atmosphere so we went with soothing colors. Since we live in a rustic area, we wanted to make sure we kept a little farmhouse vibe to it so we added rustic touches with the shiplap.
In terms of tile, what did you want?
I wanted classic tile, with a little modern twist to keep everything updated and fresh. I’m obsessed with the color London Fog so I knew I wanted it to be a focal point of the bathroom. I also loved the classic hexagon style to go with the older charm of the house.
Tile Shown: 6" Hexagons in London Fog
What made you choose hexagons in London Fog on the floor? Were there any other contenders?
They are my absolute favorite! We originally had used white grout with it, but Sarah informed me that the grout should be the color of the tile so the tile can stand out. I bought two grout stains and mixed them to get the perfect color, then I dyed it myself and Sarah was totally right! Changing the grout color made the color of the tile stand out so much!
What made you choose our 1x6 tiles in Sugar for the shower walls?
Sarah chose this tile for the shower and I fell in love with it! I wanted simple and serene so we went with the 1x6 sheeted tile in Sugar. It’s so calming and beautiful! I love having everything white in there too. It feels clean and fresh.
Tile Shown: 2" Hexagons in London Fog
For the shower floor, we originally wanted to continue the 6” hex to the shower without a step or ledge, but I guess that is a lot of extra work, so we decided to switch it up and do the smaller hex on the floor. The color is the same London Fog of course!
Tile Shown: 1x6 tiles in Sugar
How did the installation process go? Did you face any challenges?
Besides the grout change, it actually went really well! It was very easy for our guys to install and it turned out beautiful!
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