Bathroom elements/looks we like
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Using a concrete substance on walls called Pandomo
Love the openness and light
Too busy visually, but like the warmth
Possible sliding/hardware option for dookie hut
They're using 2 cans over each sink location.
Another example of 2 cans per sink user
Totally irrelevant to this project, but great wall surface.
Tones too dark, but like this overall-- looks like all of the lighting for the mirror is from cans overhead, but the cove probably reflects enough light to make that ok. Seems like the trend is to use large tiles-- 1x2s and 2x2s.
The lighting in the kick at the bottom is fun.
Great functionality touch
Another bathroom with no sconce, just overhead cans.
Nice cove/soffit lighting in the cieling.
Love the way the beauty bars (sconces) just emanate light-- but are otherwise invisible.
This is more for you, but looks like these used a concrete finish on the walls-- nice how it's the same on both sides of the shower enclosure.
Dookie hut door fixing. Nice look, in total
Light panels in between mirrors-- I guess you could get the same look at the AAMCO MIrrorLux lights by sinking a dimmable fluorescent fixture into the wall flush with the mirror, and using etched glass to cover.
Our toilet on the wall looks rad. This is a local Eichler house.
Love the spareness, floating mirror (although their method of attached blows).
Interesting use of cheap materials (not relevant to this project, just cool).
Another example of the light bar flush with mirror.
MIx of light/beauty bar and overhead can
different angle on same
Love can/light bar combo, simple clean space.
Dookey hut, frosted glass but with swinging door. Nice how everything stays in plane, like the run of the tiles.
Backsplash is too tall, love the run of veneer across whole cabinet surface, organic and geometric both.
Love the way the undermount tub fits into this space-- and dare I say I like the shade on the walls!?
Artemide 2 Square Strip. Fairly inexpensive, come in white or matte silver.