The one factor Chase and Lauren Daniel knew they needed of their grasp bathtub was coloration.
The couple was nearly completed with a complete overhaul of their 1960s three-bed, two-bath home in Austin, Texas, and the primary rest room was the one room left undone. That they had designed the remainder of the home to really feel “fashionable, heat, and alluring,” and the 2 artistic sorts ended up with a palette of principally white. Chase—a photographer and designer—and Lauren—advertising supervisor at eco-friendly clothes firm Raven + Lily—knew the lavatory was their final probability to play with coloration and sample, and the pair went all-in.
Images by and courtesy of Chase Daniel.
Above: Chase and Lauren selected Fireclay Tile‘s new six-inch triangles in Frost, Salton Sea, and Rosemary. The tile is handmade in California utilizing 70 p.c recycled supplies; $35 per sq. foot at Fireclay.
Above: There is no such thing as a grasp bathtub, so this rest room serves all three of the home’s bedrooms. “It wanted in depth work,” says Chase, “so we took our time with the design and made positive all the weather labored collectively.”
Above: The Daniels eliminated the prevailing built-in tub and changed it with a smaller clawfoot tub for added type and house.
Above: They sourced a floating vainness and mirrors from Ikea and paired them with a brass towel bar from CB2 and wall sconce from One Forty Three.
Above: Chase and Lauren determined to randomize the tiles to keep away from a too-tidy look. To them, the wealthy inexperienced tiles match nicely with the remainder of their residence’s design. “The toilet definitely has extra coloration than the remainder of the home,” says Chase, “however the muted tones add the right contact.”
Above: The couple’s bathe fixtures are from Rejuvenation.
Above: Chase discovered the clawfoot tub at a salvage yard, and the wooden stool at an vintage mall; he refinished each himself.
Above: The couple selected the darkish inexperienced tile, Rosemary, to function a wainscot on the entrance of the lavatory and behind the bathroom. “We needed the tri-colored partitions to learn as accents, so we selected the richest coloration of the three to function a high-contrast wainscot towards the white partitions.”
Above: Lauren and Chase needed coloration of their new rest room, however a totally different coloration than the prevailing peachy pink.