The stunning acrylic panel with a digital image of lotus and lilypads makes this bathroom an eye-stopper. You will find four such places around the bathroom with this type of imaging, bringing a joyous and color-filled approach: the shower wall, the shampoo niche (2), and at the head of the bathtub. During manufacture, after the image is applied to the back of a 1/4″ acrylic panel, a single coat of color is added to disguise the backboard. The small MR16s recessed in the ceiling help to illuminate the mural. Cat Anderson with Cat Anderson Design Consulting designed this beautiful space. Photo: Dan Bawden
The imagery has been used thoughtfully around the bathroom, here as a backdrop for the shampoo and personal shower articles. Note how the top and bottom images “line up,” evidenced by the stems’ continuation of line as if of one piece, similar to a diptych. Designed by Cat Anderson of Cat Anderson Design Consulting. Photo: Dan Bawden
You can get plenty of traction on this unusual glass pebble tile floor in the custom shower. The naked eye can hardly pick up where one tile ends and another begins! The color and texture are very much in keeping with the pond motif of the digital image above. Design by Cat Anderson of Cat Anderson Design Consulting. Photo: Dan Bawden.
Above the tub’s bow rests another stunning statement of beauty and color for the eye to rest upon while soaking in the tub. The image has been placed on the back of a 1/4″ acrylic panel and then coated with a single color to hide the backboard. Note the unique chandelier above the tub to add to the batheing experience! Design by Cat Anderson of Cat Anderson Design Consulting. Photo: Dan Bawden.
This close-up of the tub’s art mural on acrylic panel also reveals a stylish hand-held faucet head for the owner’s batheing pleasure. The mural’s vivid colors and subject matter are such a treat for the senses. Design by Cat Anderson of Cat Anderson Design Consulting. Photo: Dan Bawden.
In this overview across from the shower, you can see furniture used as the bathroom vanity with above-counter sink, wall-mounted faucet and a recessed medicine cabinet behind the mirror. The wall mural at the head of the tub beckons you to come and relax. Design by Cat Anderson of Cat Anderson Design Consulting. Photo: Dan Bawden.