Sconce lighting and light tile floors work to brighten the dark room and add a touch of contrast to this bold room. The tiled walls were furred to fit the new tub perfectly, and allow the mosaic niches to be centered above the bathtub. To evoke an overall organic and graphic vibe, he went with a round mirror covered with reclaimed twigs. Just keep in mind that colors almost always appear darker on the ceiling than on the wall, due to how light hits the differing planes.
A semicircle window over the tub provides display space for bright flowers, adding a pop of vibrant color to the room. The high-gloss finish on the vanity adds shine and durability to the piece, while the open shelving underneath gives the illusion of more space.
A lone green plant adds just enough color and spare furnishings keep the look crisp and clean. An iron rod around the living room roof was installed to secure the roof to the walls during rough weather. A frameless clear glass shower door makes the room seem much larger than it did with the shower curtain.