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Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers
10 Reviews
A Whole House Transformation
Ideabooks38,673
Questions17
how may i share this photo with a friend
I was looking to do something similar and be able to walk from our bedroom through an open closet to the bathroom but I'm afraid the moisture will keep the clothes feeling damp or musty. What type of fan and exhaust system do you need to do this?
Just noticed the photo...nevermind!
Bathroom floors...upstairs bathroom...Color for bathroom...Bathroom wall color...Floor and bathroom
“Walk in closet” — gpeek
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Precision Cabinets
2 Reviews
#53 - Owner - Los Altos
Ideabooks68,310
Questions13
I am trying to remodel a smallish bathroom. Do you have any photos?
involved in the design, manufacture, and installation of custom cabinetry and we cannot provide information pertaining to other elements within the photos. If you have any questions regarding cabinetry we welcome you to call (925) 634-5552 or email us at marketing@4PCT.com. Thank you!
They have exact plans attached to this photo
“not a fan of the tile, I would have chosen probably a smooth or even mosaic gray but I LOVE the roya” — badsyrup
Toulmin Homes
8 Reviews
Toulmin Homes
Ideabooks525
Questions3
like the stone and scale of bathroom
could be new arrangement for bathroom
If this changing screen were the shower wall section that I talked about in a previous picture, this bathroom would be almost perfect. I like the separate toilet, long vanity, free standing tub, but with an open walk in shower on the opposite side of the tub
“like shower stall” — yolanda_vieira
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
Historic Master Bath Remodel (West Chester, PA)
Ideabooks665
Questions5
Historic master bath remodel in West Chester, PA. Photo by John Welsh.
for the inquiry. These are plaster walls - finished with a Venetian faux paint. The recessed lights do have a trim, though not very visible in this photo. Both the lights and the trims are from Juno. Hope this helps!
Love those windows! The bath is Kohler Vintage - how'd I know? The photo was tagged. Here's a link: http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Vintage-72-x-42-freestanding-bath/productDetail/Freestanding-Baths/419183.htm;jsessionid=F79
I like the window treatment and fireplace in bathroom
“Tiny stone tile” — ggvegas
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on the Neck
Ideabooks530
Questions0
fir. The use of natural materials, featuring wood in all aspects, was an important way to tie the building to its site and its cultural context. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink
an important way to tie the building to its site and its cultural context. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink
Modern Bathroom with Slate and Wood
to tie the building to its site and its cultural context. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink
“Eaves: Make a niche? hang mirror?” — pwbarter
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell Design
Ideabooks1,126
Questions0
Shelf along end of spare bathroom
Bathroom picture shelve
minimalist bathroom with pinup chandelier
Photo ledge...with photos and art...Photo shelf
“Inspiration” — mollyyw
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks6,311
Questions16
What do you like about this photo? the
Similar look: http://www.houzz.com/photos/98263 http://www.houzz.com/photos/240921
Bathroom window...Upstairs bathroom...Bathroom wall color...bathroom mirror
“Colors” — klmatteson4
Ibrahim Radwan
ibrahim radwan
Ideabooks577
Questions1
Since this bathroom is located in the Middle East, I'd bet that this is Israeli Yellow/Gold Travertine.
Color y texture: Since this bathroom is located in the Middle East, I'd
Match the walls. Create a completely fluid look for your bathroom by using the same finish on both floors and walls. You might think it will look too matchy-matchy, but when done
Match the walls. Create a completely fluid look for your bathroom by using the same
for your bathroom by using the same finish on both floors and walls. You might think it will look too matchy-matchy, but when done right, it becomes very contemporary chic. Think warm wood tones with varied texture vs. tiny tiles so it feels more sophisticated and less locker room.
“Matching floors and walls” — Don Rach Rognon
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