Project Reveal: Family Ties Master Bathroom w/ Fireclay Tile

Becki Owens Family Ties Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Last week we shared a sneak peek of the Master Bathroom of our Family Ties Custom Build, and today we are excited to share more details. This beautiful space is a layering of warm woods, modern lines, and beautiful tile from one of our favorite sources, Fireclay Tile. Fireclay tiles are made to order and handcrafted for a finish that makes a space. Take a peek at how pretty they look in this space.

Design: Becki Owens
Build: Split Rock Custom Homes
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography


We layered two different Fireclay tiles to create depth and interest in this space. The floor tile is Sintra, a traditional Moroccan pattern that adds a timeless global vibe. The neutral color feels fresh and airy and keeps the emphasis on the beautiful texture of the tile. We ran the floor tile throughout the floor space using a curbless entry into the shower. This bathroom design trend creates a seamless floor that leaves your bathroom feeling bigger, more modern, and very pretty.

We paired the floor tile with a 2″x6″ wall tile in French Linen. It’s a glossy tile with a semi-reflective sheen. The color looks beautiful with the custom white oak cabinets, brass Brizo fixtures, and brass lighting and hardware.

We finished off the space by layering additional neutrals textures. We chose a faded Turkish vintage runner, a warm wood accent stool, and a glass and brass pendant from my Becki Owens x HVL collection.

Handcrafted tiles from Fireclay helped us achieve the New Traditional aesthetic we were after with clean modern lines paired with timeless design. The quality and craftsmanship of Fireclay Tile create dimension and the high-end feel we need for a custom build.

For more Family Ties Custom Build reveals, check back soon! We have lots to share.


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