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Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
This was a custom designed copper antique countertop, I believe the studs are copper brackets applied directly onto the copper top by pre drilling and fastening to the subsurface. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
Virginia Staircase Designer and Manufacturer
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Can you please share the method you used to float your mirror? Did you glue your mirror to a piece of plywood and then drill the plywood into the wall studs? I want to do the same with my master bath, however my walls are already tiled so i'm a bit stuck on how to attack
Vacation Home Builders
This particular tub is no longer available however you can buy one very similar atLowes or home depot today. The specifications can be obtained by drilling down on their website. If you wanted to go with a better tub I would visit your local fixture supplier.
Lana Lounsbury Interiors
This is a vintage Canadian wash stand (circa 1920). We removed the back tile stand, refinished the original marble top and drilled it for the basin and faucet then replaced the tile stand. Otherwise nothing was done, the towel bar, hardware, wood finish and casters are all original.
Amy A. Alper
Amy A. Alper, Architect
Domsjo Double Bowl by Ikea, quite affordable! We had to drill through the adjacent cabinet to install the air gap necessary for the faucet though.
The Red Jet
That looks like an Ikea Rattviken sink, but those are only single hole. Did you drill 2 extra?
Arnold Schulman Design Group
The glass panels are actually reclaimed 3/4" panels that sit on the wall and are drilled for the sconces they also have a piece attached on a 90 degree angle at the top of the wall giving the impression that they are hanging on the wall