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Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
dat table is awesome. if you put heating vents
more directly Asian-inspired precedent can be found in this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
Asian-inspired dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
Great table.... heated area underneath the floor!
Custom table that is built in to the floor, people sit on edge
James Patrick Walters
What tile is on the floor?
Beautiful candle lights! Are they electric lights or real candles?
Love Shower floor pebble and shower dam can you please tell me make?
The tub is such a sanctuary that I cannot imagine what the shower looks like. I like the shower floor, would love to see
Dunn Edwards Desert Floor DE 6186 eggshell
shower floor: Island Stone, Honey Quartz, random series 12 x 12 interlocking shower dam: same as floor - Royal Oyster Limestone, brushed 12 x 24
I like the floor in the shower
showerheads, deep soaking tubs and a place to recline. “And, ideally, views of inspiring art or a garden; a music system, fluffy, soft towels; a heated floor; a scented candle; the soothing sounds of an outdoor or indoor fountain; cultural art; or sculpture,” he says. “I envision a space designed to celebrate
John Kraemer & Sons
What is the wall color and maker of paint on the walls in this yoga room? Is this cork flooring? Lovely!
Who is the manufacturer of the cork floor?
Thank you for that! The floor looks very similar to a floor I have selected for a yoga studio (the floors are by USFloors) and finding a wall color has been challenging. I appreciate knowing you used off white here.
The walls are an off white... I believe it was Benjamin Moore - Navajo White. Yes, the floor is cork.
Cork flooring. Read about it
Cork floors- maybe for the upstairs bedrooms.
Cork floors? Love the floor to ceiling mirrors. Could work
from renewable resources. Both have a natural cushion to them, which is beneficial in high-traffic areas. Cork is an insulator and can help lower heating costs. Like hardwood, cork is absorbent and liquids can cause it to warp and stain, although small spills are fine — it is actually a mold inhibitor
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
Spa in the Sky
Personal spa bathroom featuring heated floors, numerous skylights, & floor to ceiling slate tile creates a peaceful refuge. Wall hung cabinets & adjoining open (no walls) shower creates a sense of light and spaciousness.
What brand , size and color is the floor tile
Please tell me the name of the wall tile and floor tile. Thank you
limestone we chose for our current urban home, roughness allows us to use larger pieces for interior flooring as well as exterior lanai for an indoor-outdoor feel, also for showers for flush-no curb, floor-through feel in bathrooms, and because they seem more forgiving wrt cleaning in showers and outdoors
Hi Jill, the floor tile is a quartz tile called Sahara Sand, the wall tile is late called Golden Green
Zugai Strudwick Architects
Courtyard & pool House Newtown
The clients wanted a resort style bathroom. The pebbles are loose & underneath is tiled with underfloor heating to dry out the pebbles. Timber stepping matts are laid in between the pebbles.
It all depends which pebbles you are using, some pebbles is meant to be used for wall, and same (which a flat finish) for floor.
Is the floor real rocks or just carpeted?
Very cool but floor in impractical maybe cover with clear glass tile or something
Love the idea of having stones for a floor.
inspiration from the meditative gardens of China and Japan and import it directly into your bathroom. This daring bathroom is also a welcoming retreat. Floor heating beneath the stones dries out any water splashes.SMART STRATEGY: Use natural materials wherever possible if you want to stay true to the Asian style
the sink from the shower nozzle & shower entry? Do you have any pitch on the bath floor outside the shower entry? Do you have a 1/4" per foot, or more, slope in the shower? Is waterproof membrane needed on entire floor? Again, hope you can help. Thanks very much.
One more thing we did - we put heat lamps in 2 of the recessed lights just outside the shower on extension arms that aim toward the shower. This helps keep the air warm and is especially nice when I step out. In our new shower we will have radiant floor heat both inside and outside of the shower
Deb, they use our pans all over Europe they been using the pan since the 80's our pans replace the sub floor and go on the joist. for a true curb-less. You don't have to build up on the floor. I wish you luck and I'm sure your bathroom will be perfect!
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
Balinese Influenced Kitchen
6” pyramidal columns stained with a deep java finish, support the 3” thick Purple Dunas granite countertops and the custom glass eating bar. The electrical outlets are housed in these columns. Further supporting the Balinese theme, the ceiling over the island was raised in a pyramid style – evoking
outdoor entertaining. For ergonomics – the dishwasher and microwave were raised to 42” and 54” comparatively. Additional Design elements: Cork floors in Autumn and Black Pepper finish Custom design cabinet doors support the strong linear lines. Stainless Steel Farm Sink Eclipse Architectural Folding
Cork floors in Autumn and Black Pepper finish
bar being entire length of countertop, though) (great way to add more counter space for both chef and guests without sacrificing floor area)