Grand Princeton Family Home

Picture yourself walking into the grand entry foyer of a two hundred year old mansion! That, in a nutshell, is the design theme of this amazing entry foyer. The classic 18”X18” Statuary Calacatta set on the diagonal bordered entirely by the same material cut to 9”X18”. Beautiful, classic and timeless!

The Estrella Pattern from Artistic Tile set in beige, brown, and opulent tan glass is the centerpiece of this bathroom.  Perfect for a girl’s bathroom yet not too juvenile. The design and the material were chosen to last a lifetime.

Grays and Browns are the driving design force in this boy’s bathroom.  The glass medley of the Newman Pattern from New Ravenna on the focal wall of the shower is beautifully complimented by a simple 4”X 8” grey ceramic tile set in a staggered vertical pattern. This design theme can be called, “boy oh boy!”

The whimsical kaleidoscope pattern of the focal wall in the girl’s bathroom is toned down a bit by the muted Oceanside Glasstile colors of white and oxygen.  The shower wall is set in 5/8” X 5/8” Dolomite marble which is also used for the vanity countertop and the shower sills. This design theme is cool, clean, and imaginative.

The focal point of this Master Bath is the combination of a beautiful freestanding polished chrome bathtub with a floor of Calacatta Radiant water-jet cut into an Arabesque design theme. Creating a look of a classic elegance with a contemporary twist.

A closer look reveals the slight pillow in the Arabesque which can be found in structures built centuries ago!  The pattern is reflected on the polished chrome tub face so it almost appears as though the tub is made from the same material as the floor.

The Master steam shower walls are set in a classic horizontal brick pattern of honed Asian Statuary while the floor is the same material cut in a mid-century penny round to continue the amalgamation of classic contemporary.


Designed by: Frank Matarazzo

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