Historic Bath

Cleveland Heights, Ohio

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The homeowner chose to keep some original pieces from her early 1900s home: leaded glass windows and the bathroom door. The white cabinetry with inset doors and drawers was custom built to fit the space. White subway tile may be trendy but it also borrows from the early 20th century. R. B. Schwarz’s client loves her new black and white transitional master bathroom.


Custom cabinetry with modern inset doors and drawers in a white glaze. Light fixture and faucet are brushed nickel. White subway tile is a throwback to the early 1900s when the house was built. Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Dual Shower Heads

For an early 20th century home, this bathroom is a generous size. The shower features modern style with frameless glass and both fixed and handheld shower heads. The original leaded glass windows were saved and implement into the new design. Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Huge Walk-in Shower

The 3×6 white subway tiles continue out the frameless shower glass door and surround the room. The shower features a brushed nickel fixtures with fixed and handheld shower heads. Hexagon floor tile is a throwback to the early 1900s when the house was built.

Historic Leaded Glass Windows

Custom cabinetry with inset doors and drawers. 3×6 white subway tiles on the wall and hexagon floor tile. Four light fixture give lots of light above the inset sink. Original leaded glass windows. New radiant heater. Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Frameless Shower Door, Subway Tile Bench

Another view from inside the shower. Frameless shower door, leaded glass windows, 3×6 white subway tile, hexagon porcelain floor tile, transitional style. Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Cleveland Heights bath remodel: view from inside the shower

The master bathroom view from inside the frameless glass shower. Shower seat, hexagon tile floor, and 3×6 subway tile.

Traditional Style: 1930 windows, Modern Cabinetry

The homeowners of this 1930 home wanted to keep the beautiful original leaded glass windows. Combining modern inset cabinetry with original windows and bathroom door make for a refreshing classic style. Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Maximizing Space in this 1930s Bathroom

3×6 white subway tile cover half the wall complete with a mosaic border and bullnose trim. The cabinets were custom-made inset cabinet doors and drawers. The hardware and fixture finishes are satin nickel. The original door and door hardware was refreshed with a coat of paint and reused.
Photo Credit: Marc Golub

Looking through Glass

Detailed tire work with a mosaic tile border. Amish custom-made in-set cabinets. The lower cabinets are all one large cabinet. Original leaded glass windows maintain privacy while letting in natural light. Original 1930 door and door hardware.
Photo Credit: Marc Golub