In addition to the kitchen, Christopher Grubb renovated the home’s bathrooms. The master bath features pure white Ann Sacks Thassos marble field tiles accented with custom geometric mosaic featuring subtle green tones that are softly repeated throughout the space, including in the main floor, shower floor and shower border. A frameless glass shower enclosure allows the beauty of the tile to show through.


The compact guest bath feels larger with the use of all-white Ann Sacks tiles (Michael S. Smith Collection) and walls. Narrow glazed ceramic tiles in the shower surround updates the standard subway tile. A pop of black in the basket weave floor tile grounds the room while adding subtle visual interest. The all-white Restoration Hardware vanity, mirror and sconces have a cottage appeal, while the vanity’s shaker-style doors are consistent with the design language created in the home. A Kohler Devonshire tub is complemented with Rohl components.


The drama of the powder room is floor-to-ceiling Ann Sacks (Michael S. Smith Collection) decorative tile. A simple subway tile begins at the bottom, giving way to the embossed 4″x4″ tiles that are capped of at the ceiling by a decorative liner and cornice piece. This bath also serves as an additional guest bath so it is complete with a shower, with built-in bench and Rohl showerhead, and frameless glass enclosure.

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