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Greener Lives LLC
A Small Green Home
in front of the angled mirror. The room also features a dual-flush toilet, a Water Sense faucet, energy efficient lighting, recycled ceramic tile and non-toxic, no-VOC paint. The quartz, engineered stone countertop is certified for low toxic emissions. Photo by Robin Stancliff.
Side cupboard for toilet
eric marcus studio
Rice Watersound residence 1
Close off the toilet and make the bathroom look shorter.
rounded doorway, wood panelling, separate bath from sink and toilet
Low frame soaking tub
Water sound bath
Door into toilet room with opaque glass
water closet door, can this be a pocket door
I like low bathtubs with blue surround
small bath shower put toilet at door under our windows
indigo & ochre design
Prospect Heights Brownstone
vanity using marble top and low luster brass fixtures and oil rubbed bronze mirrors.
brass from Barber Wilsons.Tip: If you are considering unlacquered brass, know that this is a living finish, which means it will change over time, and water splashes will speed up patination. If you love to watch a material patinate and are drawn to the warmth of brass, you’ll love it. If you need a perfectly
Is concrete a good choice for a bathroom. I love it but wonder if it is resistant to stain or water.
For downstairs toilet perhaps?
Sam Van Fleet Photography
Puget Sound beach cabin
Great for a small space. Needs water toilet.
How low is that ceiling
Studio Santalla, Inc
Eco Friendly Home Spa with daybed
shower, which includes a re-circulating waterfall, occupies the center of the room, wrapped in cedar. The “tree”, which represents the earth, envelops water, the source of life. The remaining functions line the perimeter of the room. All the materials in the room are sustainable in accordance with current
for entry. large art. low bench
greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
Stylish Responsibility Dining area
It's about 5' X 4 1/2' if there was nothing in it. I have an oak cabinet (should this be painted too?) and a toilet (white). It's very boring. The flooring is vinyl, white with blue. It need a lot of help.
safe to use. When you’re in the market for new furniture, look for low-impact materials including reclaimed wood, fast-growing wood (such as bamboo), linen, hemp, organic cotton, wool or mohair fabric coverings, cotton or wool fill and water-based stains and finishes.
Pretty black paint helps these chairs work together. I love the low profile of the head chair, too - it's so unexpected, since head chairs are typically larger than others.