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Romanesque Revival Mosaic in Modern DC Bathroom

Description

The clients, who live in the Cairo, a landmark building in Washington’s Dupont Circle neighborhood, wanted to update their small single bathroom. The building was originally built in 1894. The bathroom’s mosaic floors were original. Both we and the client wanted to preserve the unique and beautiful hand-laid mosaic floors.

“We have been more than pleased with Landis. I would recommend them to anyone. We will use them again with any project that we would do in the future. The quality has been excellent, they have made all of the decisions so easy. We have enjoyed having them in our home. They are like family, and I will miss not having them around when the project is finished. They have kept to the time frame they estimated at the beginning of the project. I can’t say enough great things about our experience .+ The Clients

078 209x280 - Romanesque Revival Mosaic in Modern DC Bathroom The clients wished to incorporate their contemporary aesthetic, yet still maintain hints of the original finishes. Our designer picked up the orange in the mosaics and used this vivid color inside the shower stall that was built in the place of the former claw foot bathtub.

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Original Romanesque Revival mosaic floors

Summary
Created by

Landis

Completed on

March 14, 2016

Skills

Bathroom

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