Continuing with the 1960’s ranch style project, the master bathroom complete with radiant floor heated tiles, a rain shower head, and beautiful hardware.
Rectangular sinks under-mounted in praline marble.
A beautiful oval tub surrounded by glass and onyx mosaic tiles.
Here is yesterday’s post incase you missed the exterior architectural and interior details. Next up…more bathrooms and bedrooms!
Back in May 2010 we first brought you this 1960’s ranch style home and since the framing update, this house has come a long way! Here are a few exterior architectural and interior detail shots to start your complete overview of this project. There will be more in the coming days so stay tuned.
Now there is a new two story structure spanning the creek (above), originally there was just one story, which is pictured below.
(Below) New exterior railings to match rhythms of interior details.
The back porch stone fireplace blends in with existing landscaping stones.
To get the front entry floor stain exactly as Molly envisioned, we tested various stain colors on the actual hardwood floors. The round discs you see are made of antique pine.
The final picture of the entry floor inlay looks breathtaking and definitely gives the house character when you walk in the front door. It was a tedious process but well worth the final result. What do you think?
Above shows the repeat of the rhythm on the interior railing, while below is a close up of the parquet flooring in the powder room.
Above a slate tile mosaic inlay with a wood inlay border – a good answer to high traffic zones where a rug would never stay in place.
Next up… the completed master bathroom!