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Style On a Shoestring
15 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,590
Questions8
:) The rug has held up very well. Doesn't show any spots in 2 years of heavy use. It is in our main living area. Do be advised my rug did shed quite heavily for the first year. It is much better now, Weekly vacuuming is sufficient. I would buy it again in a heartbeat. Love it. Also have a smaller
Oriental rug with patterned fabric 3
Color combination with rug and chairs
“Too red” — tiggerm
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Knight Architects LLC
13 Reviews
Charming Cape Cod Renovation
Ideabooks11,198
Questions20
aster bathroom with marble floor tile and wood his and her vanities. Pete Weigley
Do you know where that lovely rug came from?
scheme bathroom such as yours would go with what I described above? My bathroom is just a standard size 7 x 6 with a 24" vanity. I thought I would have to use beige tile (because of the pine floors) rather than the marble look but I really like the grey look. And I see that this house has golden floors
of the bathroom (8'-8" x 17'-0" long)? Thank you very much!
in the bathroom is reclaimed antique pine. I think it works beautifully together.
Putnam Blue Rug by Michaelian Home http://www.michaelianhome.com/Putnam-Blue_p_904.html
correction the bathroom is 8'8" x 17' as noted above. The toilet area is included in the full dimensions.
“Marble vanity top with lit backsplash” — choklitile
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
12 Reviews
Basement Remodel
Ideabooks6,841
Questions5
that the bathroom is made of?
I like the design of the wall for the basement bathroom.
Love the bathroom curve and wall/door materials
Bathroom in the middle of the studio
the bathroom door/wall is unique modern and interesting. I like it!
for a bathroom in a basement is to hide it, but sometimes there's just no way to pull that design move off that isn't boring. The reason: Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc. And sometimes after I lay out the bar, bedroom and whatever
for the bathroom. In that case it's often best to run hard in the other design direction and celebrate it in plain sight, make the bathroom part of the plan and a piece of the experience. Celebrating "unwanted" things is one of my favorite design tricks.
“could be, different on bath room” — sem842
Coates Design Architects Seattle
20 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
Ideabooks3,473
Questions3
Where is the rug from and what are the details? Thanks
Hi! Are these lights from Rejuvenation? http://www.rejuvenation.com/catalog/products/corona Was thinking of using them in a bathroom, but was concerned that because of the cylinder, they wouldn't provide enough light
for a bathroom application (filling out recessed can lighting). Do you find that they are pretty effective for this?
Hanging lights in bathroom but not this design
wall paneling on entire bathroom wall.
“Cabinets & waterfall top” — kkfrank
Southern Studio Interior Design
10 Reviews
Coastal Retreat Master Bath
Ideabooks3,436
Questions11
Cute rugs where we're they purchased
Love those rugs! Purchase?
, the rugs have been discontinued by the manufacturer. Sorry.
, the rugs have been discontinued. We love them.
Rustic tile and wainscoting all wrong bathroom
these rugs - why don't these sites tell you where you can buy something you like!
Kids bathroom colors
Where are the rugs from?
towels and rug...2 bath rugs...Kids bathroom...beadboard bathroom...bathroom mirror...round rugs
“Separate vanities” — rakruse65
Anne Fougeron
Fougeron Architecture
Ideabooks3,074
Questions9
e the rug. It looks like a custom size. Does anyone know where its from please?
Love the rug and the sculptures on the vanity. Where can I purchase?
Wardrobe in bathroom to avoid clutter
steel. For bathrooms, kitchens and other potentially "damp" rooms, consider having a matte lacquer applied to the hardware, so it won't rust or change color over time due to exposure to humidity or wet hands.
“like the closet veneer doors and the black handles. May use this style for closet doors in bedroom.” — pjaba
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bedroom
Ideabooks6,139
Questions6
The way the bathroom is in the room in a giant glass enclosure creating a open space feeling.
Glass partition between bedroom and bathroom, shag rug on concrete floor.
the view of the bathroom its beautiful
Bathroom third floor
Glass enclosed bathroom
Glass door to main bathroom
glass bathroom...Open bathroom...SASHA BATHROOM...through bathroom...area rug...of the bathroom?
“Bathroom” — alliebk
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Prince Street Bathroom
Ideabooks2,281
Questions10
listed for bathroom use? I haven't been able to find ANY mini-pendants rated for the bathroom. Any suggestions?
I am looking for a rug to go with marble floors that have the grey
I like the look of the rug you have, can you tell me where you found it? Thank you
my tile bathroom floors when they are wet after a shower?
great bathroom! where are the pendants from
The rug was not within our scope of work and unfortunately we have no further information.
in your bathroom without worrying about how slippery they will get when wet.
sheepskin rug also feels way better on your toes post-bath.
Wool makes for a wonderfully cushy bathmat and is actually quite fitting for use in a bathroom. It is quick to dry and doesn't retain mildewy odors that are typical in this type of environment. More: Decorating With Warm Blankets and ThrowsCool
“Master floor?” — jenny218
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