Mediterranean Tile Recent Project features Jacqui Natoli and her Princess Bath project.
Jacqui Natoli designed the Princess Bath for a client for wanted to accentuate space that is soft, beautiful, elegant and feminine.
Marble with soft veining in hues of green, gold, and silver was used. A mix of honed and polished finishes was used throughout the space. This is a great way to have light “twinkle” as it bounces around the room, more so than if only a polished finish were to be used.
The pattern on the floor provides a calm foundation to the bathroom while still providing visual interest.
In this case, the countertop acts as a quiet extension of the tile, rather than a focal point.
Contrary to the belief that tiling floor to ceiling may look busy, this photo shows that it actually has the opposite effect.
This bathroom was part of a much larger project consisting of more than nine other rooms.
Although we made sure each space was unique, it was important to the client to keep every design unified with the rest of the home. We were able to achieve this by using natural stone throughout the home and keeping the style on a more traditional path.

Princess Bath

The client told us this bathroom was for her daughter and referred to it as the “Princess Bath”. That was the jumping off point for this design to create a space that is soft, beautiful, elegant and feminine.

Marble with soft veining in hues of green, gold, and silver was used. A mix of honed and polished finishes was used throughout the space. This is a great way to have light “twinkle” as it bounces around the room, more so than if only a polished finish were to be used.

The pattern on the floor provides a calm foundation to the bathroom while still providing visual interest

In this case, the countertop acts as a quiet extension of the tile, rather than a focal point.

Contrary to the belief that tiling floor to ceiling may look busy, this photo shows that it actually has the opposite effect

This bathroom was part of a much larger project consisting of more than nine other rooms.

Although we made sure each space was unique, it was important to the client to keep every design unified with the rest of the home. We were able to achieve this by using natural stone throughout the home and keeping the style on a more traditional path.

Breaking up the field tile with a subtle border is a beautiful way to add a custom detail.


Designed by: Jacqui Natoli

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