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Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
Can you tell me the color of the floor tile grout and the subway tile grout? Are they the same?
How tall from the floor is the top of the mirror?
can you tell me where I might find the large grey floor tiles? i.e. who manufactures them. thanks
Med gray slate floor in confined area w/existing oak floors
tile in shower for the boys room floor tile
Tile on the floor. Wall tile a little too white.
white subway/grey grout, big grey floor tile
Ashley Campbell Interior Design
Personal Spa Bath
What is the tile on the floor? What is the darker tile on the walls? Thank you.
How do you keep the rock flooring clean?
keep the stones in the floor clean?
Who is the tile mfg for floor, shower and wall?
Is the floor tile and the shower tile
What is the specific flooring material
Can you please tell me who makes the floor tile?
Hi, it is vein cut travertine throughout the floor and shower walls.
you can get them standard at Franks Doors in Seattle
the shower tile is the same as the floor. It is a vein-cut travertine. We used a polished finish in the shower, and a honed finish on the floor.
What is the shower tile...is it the same as the floor? What color?
Yes, the shower tile is the same as the floor. However, we used the polished version
Rhodes Architecture + Light
Seola Beach Residence
Completed: 2009 - Project Location: Southwest Seattle, WA - Project Size: 4,567 SF - Project Cost: $273/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn The Seola Beach Residence was built in 2008-9 on a beachfront lot in the very southwest corner of the City of Seattle. The waterfront site includes extensive tidelands
together with utility spaces and a garage occupy the southern ground floor; the northern ground floor wing is dedicated to a guest suite for frequent family visits. A bridge links the two wings at the second level; the upper floor includes a southern master suite and northern lofted kids bedrooms, bathroom
Europe and feature a real wood veneer under a UV and weather coating (now called Parklex Facade). We used these panels on the Seola Beach house in Seattle extensively on the exterior and brought them into the interior (over taped but unfinished drywall) in the central atrium, exposing the stainless steel
Ventana Construction LLC
A remodel of the main floor of a Tudor-style brick home in Seattle. The original curved door was painted fir. The new door is mahogany, and custom-built to match the profile and the glass leading of the original.
This is a custom Mahogany door from Frank Lumber the Door Store in Seattle, WA. This replaced an existing arched door original to the house.
darker door/wall trim compared to floor trim
gold radiator might be the trick!A remodel of the main floor of a Tudor-style brick home in Seattle. The original curved door was painted
Love the stain color for door /floors
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
what type of wood floor did you use?
reclaimed rustic grade chestnut floor in 8" widths from Pioneer Millworks
yes, we had the sink custom manufactured by Metal Masters Northwest in Seattle, but Whitehaus makes a similar
We had the sink custom made by a local metal shop in Seattle, but I have seen some similar ones on the market with long lead times.
Gym in barn: sink, bath, floors and beams
light walls and warm wood floor
space to support the climbing ropes and swings. Floors: reclaimed chestnut wide planks, Pioneer Millworks
Part play pavilion, part events hall, this converted garage in Seattle goes all out for the kids and parents. There
R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
Beautiful wood. Maybe for floors or ceiling in main living and kitchen.
floors, sink, barn board
reclaimed wood, floor, exposed beams...
cork wall...master bath floor...Walls and flooring...Bathroom floor...Floor tiles to wall
BARRETT STUDIO architects
cooking, entertaining, and storage, and delineated by changes in flooring material and height. The remainder of the home is touched with thoughtful materials, as well as extensive energy updates including blown-in insulation, radiant heat flooring, solar, and daylighting. Photos: Maggie Flickinger
e.com/products/essentials_europa/napoli_island In this case, the stainless hood matches the Wolf oven below, but the warmth of the cabinetry and flooring keep the kitchen from seeming too "tech-y." Cheers, Maggie