A warmer and richer bathroom

The owner of this bathroom originally wanted the tiles to be glazed in white, but then switched to autumn instead after talking to a friend. I think she made the right decision!

mottled brown counter and handmade tiles around a bathroom sink

The autumn glaze really shines alongside these counters and woodwork. They all have similar variegation which makes everything pleasingly harmonious. Counters are "fired steel" by Wilsonart. 

handmade tiles in brown glaze depicting plants and animals

close up of the tiles before they left the studio

These installation pictures appeared in my inbox within 24 hours of receiving another set of pictures of a very similar installation that used white glaze instead. That bathroom looked better with white, this one is better in autumn. There is no one right glaze for every situation. It is always a matter of setting and personal taste! Speaking of personal taste, I am rather smitten with the rabbit sculpture in the corner, as well as the nature paintings by the homeowner's daughter, L.C., which you can see reflected in the mirror:

handmade tile in a bathroom

Here is a close up of L.'s charming little paintings: 

paintings of a chipmunk, bird's nest, and chickadee

That is a lot of art for such a small room! All of the art depicts animals and plants that can be found in the surrounding area. Fantastic! Thank you so much J.B. for including my tiles in your project and for taking time to send photos! 

 

Bathroom Tiles Design, Ceramic Handmade Tile Installations, Handmade Tile Bathroom Ideas, Tile Ideas for Bathroom - , Emily Margaret Ulm


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