One of my best clients decided to update their master bathroom.
They decided to go with a cleaner look and get rid of the original 1920's pink tile. A palette of classic black and white was chosen.
After the crew finished installing the new floor and half tiled walls, I came in and plastered the upper walls with a finish of smooth, clean white plaster .
The galley space now has an open feel, due to the white walls and ceiling. Using plaster instead of paint added richness to her neo- classical elements.
I love the juxtaposition of the smooth polished plaster against salvaged wood. The architectural pediment was made into a window treatment.
Voila! This bathroom still acknowledges the age and style of the home, but now offers better use of space and design.