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Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Washington Park Tower Condo
Ideabooks3,778
Questions4
Architecture by Bosworth Hoedemaker Interior Design by Garret Cord Werner
Hi, compliment on this bathroom. Could you please tell me what type of tile you used in the shower (with sizes) and what you used for the 'stripe detail' ? Thanks !
I love the look of the bathroom. Would you mind sharing some info on the vanity countertop material and color, please.
Love everything about this room.Can I get info on what brand of shower and faucets were used in this gorgeous bathroom .
fixtures, cabinets, ceilings, floor and especially the shower. What is the appx. price range for this bath, as is, with toilet that goes with the design?
What do you like about this photo?limestone slab
“Hand tooled limestone” — iujfebr
Clifton Leung Design Workshop - CLDW.com.hk
Royalton - A Perfect Blend of Classic and Contemporary Design
Ideabooks3,313
Questions3
Royalton - A Perfect Blend of Classic and Contemporary Design
Bathroom A texture wall within the washroom becomes a simple yet stylish feature. The creamy color tone create a clean, spacious and minimal environment, which has a calming effects.
Clifton Leung Design Workshop - CLDW.com.hk
from Solar Lake at (+852) 6125 8688 for more information. From Clifton Leung Design Workshop.
They are from Solar Lake. You can contact Ms. Sandy Sek at (+852) 6125 8688 for more information. From Clifton Leung Design Workshop.
Texture In this photo the type of texture being featured is Smooth.
“Bathroom tile” — rufat_202
Collaborative Design Group-Architects & Interiors
33 Reviews
Sugarland Canal Residence
Ideabooks3,286
Questions9
master bathroom with a freestanding tub, steam shower, marble topped walnut vanity, and vein cut travertine plank flooring. The open walnut shelving has sliding mirror panels to conceal the messier storage areas of the cabinetry. Pendant lighting completes the contemporary feeling of the bathroom.
Our stone supplier and fabricator on this job was Designer Stone Center 11811 BRITTMOORE PARK DR, HOUSTON, TX 77041-7224
It is silver vein cut travertine in plank widths. Mickey Bufalini, Senior Designer
The countertop is Breccia Austaliana marble slab;(Honed) and the floor is Siena Silver Travertine in a plank design.
What do you like about this photo?color of floor
“Floor” — kholli5
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Bathrooms and Sinks
Ideabooks1,694
Questions2
They actually look like our ET2 Cascada (...) We have both style appearing in this master bathroom.
all in one design coffee in bathroom, brilliant!
wow out of the box master bath closer design
Coffee in the bathroom, efficient or excessive? hehe
Built-in coffee maker in the bathroom. This is ridiculous
Coffee in the bathroom? Sure, why not? Again, the Miele Coffee System allows for sleek and simple installation almost anywhere.
“Master Bath/Closet” — jchan2020
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks23,247
Questions12
What kind of wood was used for this bathroom?
I apologize but I only did the Architectural design of the home and did not build it so I did not keep exact records of the finishes.
I like how this dark and rustic wood-paneled bathroom feels thoughtfully designed and refined with its intriguing three-dimensional wood installation.
Rustic bathrooms will be a top trend this year. This bathroom utterly defines the style, including its dark-finished, wall-mount
Salvaged ebony-stained pine paneling could feel too heavy, but white bathroom features and door help lighten up this half bath just enough.
“Sink” — lorriedickson
Eric Aust Architect
10 Reviews
Clasen Residence
Ideabooks12,776
Questions15
Eric, thank you for answering everyone's questions, so resourceful!! Love this bathroom. Do you know if the grout used on the floor is the same color as the grout on the wall?
This bathroom is 12' long and 5'-6" wide. There is a toilet to the left of the sink. The shower is 3'-6" wide.
Want this sink for hall bathroom
master bathroom - subway tile/gray paint
cool idea for the boys bathroom. modern industrial
Dream H . Boy's Bathroom #2
For boys bathroom as a jack and Jill.
with colourZesty yellow accents will instantly lift a monochrome palette if it’s looking too stuffy for your design taste buds. Just a fizz of yellow towels and accessories will update the bathroom for a fresh, invigorating space.
“tiling and colors” — ace325
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Bole Residence
Ideabooks3,485
Questions12
who makes the chest shown in the photo?
thank you!!! the link is great..it is the box in the photo!!
crazy design and it will add light
This bathroom gets loads of outdoor light from its glass wall, while the shower door, which opens to the deck, is frosted for privacy. Other design details worth noting: the caged shower light, nook for shampoo and sponges, small
natural light in a bathroom. Here there's a balance of natural and electric light in the shower area that doesn't sacrifice privacy.
This bathroom gets loads of outdoor light from its glass wall, while the shower door, which opens to the deck, is frosted for privacy. Other design details worth noting:
5. This bathroom gets loads of outdoor light from its glass wall, while the shower door, which opens to the deck, is frosted for privacy. Other design details worth noting: the caged shower light, nook for shampoo and sponges, small
“frosted door” — normagwin
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
Ideabooks39,987
Questions17
What are the deminsions of this bathroom? thanks!
Bathroom is stunning! Sink brand? The counter - is the fleck pattern large or small? I'm struggling with that decision, as well as whether to go white or
Currently there is a Kohler soaking tub, somewhat raised off the floor with a tile step. I want to replace this tub when I cosmetically remodel this bathroom.
Narrow and long bathroom: idea for space-saving area
This is the feel I want for my tiny house bathroom/tub.
love inviting nature into the bathroom
Using a sunken tub in this bathroom leaves an unobstructed view to the floor-to-ceiling window.
1. Consider water. Don’t add bathrooms without looking carefully at
thing in the world. There is something so wonderful about not having to step over the side of a tub to get in and out. Using a sunken tub in this bathroom leaves an unobstructed view out of the floor-to-ceiling window.
“That view obviously. Custom metal burglar proofing may be necessary but something very arabesque or” — Juachi Obi
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