Tileable linear drain
This 1800’s house got its master bathroom updated with a free standing bath, a radiant floor and a large, open curbless shower. The bathroom floor features a large format porcelain tile all the way up to the shower drain. The linear drain makes the entire width of the shower and it is camouflaged under a tillable grate. The floor tiles are reappeared on two of the bathroom walls but with a noticeable embossed design. They are stacked four tiles high and finished with an aluminium profile just before the ceiling. The same pattern is used on the shower walls but with translucent glass tiles. The wood vanity is protected from water splashes by a massive glass wall while the tile assembly relies on a system of expansion joints, waterproofing and uncoupling membranes.