A frameless glass shower enclosure featured a stationary side panel that sat on the half-wall next to the white Toto toilet. The shower seat and base for shower shelves were also fashioned from Eos solid surface. Scholtz then used stone thresholds to make the shelves in the alcove and the corner shelves in the shower.
The railway brick-sized tile used in the room had small square tiles in different pastel colors at each end that resembled a mosaic, he describes. In the center of the tile, there was a seal – a round circle with a star in the center that resembled a flower. In between the tiles, a piece of field tile was inserted “so that we didn’t have all of these dots together,” he explains.
In the shower, Scholtz used an eye-level band of square tile that matched the dots featured in the room tiles. “We did one of those every three or four tiles around the shower,” he notes. The remainder of the tile in the shower was mosaic size, in a pattern that resembled flamed granite, he adds.
Finishing the room was a paintable wall covering that resembled stucco with a trowel fan-like pattern. Pastel tones were then painted into the trowel marks.
“The second bathroom had a softer feeling than the first, and it was just more fun,” states Scholtz. “It was a small bathroom, and it had a nice life about it.”