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EM DESIGN INTERIORS
6 Reviews
Ford Street Bathroom by EM DESIGN INTERIORS
Ideabooks8,324
Questions9
Modern bathroom with vertical white subway tiles photo by: Helynn Ospina
I'm more appreciative of professionals who post photos and then have the courtesy to come back and answer questions. Didn't find an answer from the source to a single question in this post.
I am not sure exactly what they used for this beautifully designed bathroom, it is hard to tell by the photo but it looks to be a linear type pattern similar to Palais by Ege. http://www.tile-shop.com/products/palais/palais.html
Glass enclosure, water drains into tub
“large white subway tiles laid vertically” — lindam1945
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Inverness
Ideabooks9,757
Questions8
May we ask the distance from the end of the tub in this photo, to the opposing shower wall? How about the dimensions of the shower? We have a bathroom set up similarly, and are not sure this type of shower would work. Thank you very much.
similar to our 'Frosted white' glass tile. Beautiful use of glass tile! http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466589/Frosted-White-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-kitchen-tile-other-metro http://www.houzz.com/photos/2440056/Glass-Tile-Backsplashes-by-SubwayTileOutlet-modern-kitchen-other-metro
Minimum is 3'x5', which works ok. A small amount of water will bounce out onto the floor outside the shower. 3'x6 is ideal.
“Shower n tub” — lrubenstein
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Spindrift
Ideabooks8,139
Questions3
while enhancing every detail. The breadth of craftsmanship is evident throughout the home resulting in a comfortable and embellished aesthetic. Photo Credit: Brian Vanden Brink
Yes, Kohler makes this bath tub. http://www.houzz.com/photos/115708/Kohler-Vintage---bath-traditional-bathtubs-other-metro
us for free estimate. We also have other brilliant ideas which we can share with you. We are shipping this Worldwide for various projects. See our photos and please contact us for more information: www.mecartworks.com
“Tile” — Shannon Merriman
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Bath
Ideabooks3,917
Questions5
What type, color, size is the tile in this photo?
The cabinets are European style Lace Wood. I believe there are photos on our website - www.mccarch.com.
Photo: Ben Benschneider
❤️ the water!
“tiles” — madelynnk
Leland Interiors, LLC
11 Reviews
Log Cabin Kitchen
Ideabooks2,784
Questions10
can be seen on the left; were bought in France with the original cremone bolt. Antique door knobs and backplates were used throughtout the house. Photo by Shannon Fontaine
paint colors that will work with our Cabinet and counter choices (which are really close to these). I would love to know more about the paint in this photo. Thank you!
I'll be glad to share that information, the ceiling was sealed with a water based clear acrylic using a paint brush, very easy to do and the lights are track lights with MR16 bulbs. A small bulb that puts out alot of light
you for your question about paint color. In this project the warm gray was chosen to co-ordinate with the chinking of the logs. Also, not in this photo, the kitchen is open to the living room whose focal point is an eighteen foot wall with a stone fireplace. the stones have this same range of colors
“kitchen” — blake1950
Chloe Warner
1 Review
Powder bath
Ideabooks1,618
Questions6
Powder bath photo by Matthew Millman
Hi can you please tell me what faucet is being used in the photo above? Greatly appreciated.
What do you like about this photo? Great Wall idea
Creative tear or water drop
“Faucet” — lrubenstein
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
MJ Lanphier
Ideabooks5,920
Questions11
Feng shui elements in abundance: earth, metal, wood, water! Bold prints and sculptural organic shaped details!
The photo behind the couch
“1large pic behind couch” — ava6502
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks572
Questions1
Photo of front side of Tea House. Building is all hand constructed using pegs. The building is designed using metaphysical principles and was constructed using exotic and local wood species. . Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
Photo of front side of Tea House. Building is all hand constructed using pegs. The building is designed using metaphysical principles and was constructed
“Turn back yard shed into this...with false front and false roof?” — victome
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