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mollyhogue's bathroom ideas
3 pics are for layout, a few for tub and several for the contrasts and materials we like.
Tile & brick. You picked this one too and I like the contrasts.
I only picked this one for the color contrasts and materials used.
Again the contrasts with the wood and tile. I do not like the purple rug or the tan colored paint but was trying to see the materials without it.
If we can't do the separate bath and shower this might be a cool concept. I don't like the gray brick tiles but rather the picture. I also really like the shape of the tub and the lines of it.
I really like the warm wood and slate colored counter however I tend to prefer shinier granite like surfaces. I know Erin has this in her kitchen and downstairs bathroom and I really don't like it because it shows water drops and calcium deposits terribly--it doesn't seem functional for something that is always wet.
I like the glass tiles.
This is pretty boring but am drawn to something here. Probably the tiles and clean lines.
I like the contrasts.
It's too white--I think I just like the shower. Not sure that it's an ideal shower but it's neat. If this was done in front of the brick chimey we could still expose the top part of it. Also, I do not like wains coating.
Clearly this would not work in our bathroom :-) I like the wood, white and gray colors together.
I really like the contrasts here of brick, glass and the type of tile. I do not like the sinks at all though.
exposed wood, light palette
We like this one for the possible toilet, shower and bath layout and thought it might work in our space and still be able to keep the back window.
Another layout that we thought might work in our space. If the toile is in front of the tub, shower by the chimney and the vanity would definitely be smaller with a single sink. We would also be able to keep the back window.
This is really just a joke but we are so drawn to the water and the Carribean like nature of this.....it's still snowing!!
Use of contrasting tones (colors of tub and vanity, etc)
Black River stones tile - natural rive rockmosaic tile
I like the stone tile. Not sure that it would work but I like it.
The clean simple lines and the gray front. Not sure how it would be for comfort though. If the back is slanted enough it should be fine.
IMAGE-in bathtub motifs
I like how this looks but not necessarily the "high gloss finish" on this tub. I also like the stones as part of a design element.
I really like the sprayer next to the faucet. I also like the surround....not the tile color but the look of tile on the front.
I only chose this picture for layout. This layout seems it could work in our bathroom. The shower would cover the possible exposed brick but maybe we could open it up at the top for some brick exposure. It would also allow us to keep the back window which I would prefer.
Maax Jazz 105359-055 - $2,848.30
This picture is only for the sink style.....not the color of it. I like how it is one big slab and the sink seems to be carved out of it. It's great for cleaning.....no ridges for dirt and grime to get stuck under. I realize it's probably really expensive and won't work in our budget but wanted to let you know that I do like the style. I also just like how thick and solid it looks.
I just don't like the microwave above the stove.