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bar. The medicine cabinet I had before show rusts over time and I am curious what brands you recommend. (2) Height of the light bar? Here is my plan. Do they make sense? - Bottom of the Light bar - 75" (is 3" the right amount of gap)? - Top of the medicine cabinet? - 72" (most of the cabinets
Thanks for the previous answer. I love this bath and am trying to figure out the medicine cabinets height and would appreciate your help. My bathroom has 10' ceiling, 9.5' wide countertop for with two 18" wide under mount sinks. 1) What's the brand/model/dimension of the medicine
between the 2 sinks. Do you think it would look good to adding 3rd center light bar between the 2 light bars above the sinks? Thank you very much for your help in advance.
Mark Brand Architecture
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
We built a custom home with window in shower wall, and a waterfall wall was to complete this original plan. However we went over budget, and this never was completed. So now we want to build a waterfall or plant a garden. We're still on a budget! We could
When we did this project, the basin was available from Kohler. It doesn't drain, but simply overflows. It is not attached to the sink so it can easily be moved if it becomes an annoyance. It is more for effect than function, but it
Originally my client wanted an Ofuro, a Japanese Soaking tub outside. For budgetary reasons, plus the normal editing that goes into a remodeling project. we went with an indoor sunken tub.
simple, vistas unobstructed, light abundant and the overall feel calm. East meets West: Even if the bones of your space aren't strictly Japanese, you can approximate the look by paring down. Strip your space to the essentials: Pack away clutter, undress walls, get rid of superfluous furnishings. Arrange what's
Douglas R. Schotland Architect
Luxury Japanese-Inspired ADA (Accessible) Bath
Designed & Constructed by Schotland Architecture & Construction. Photos by Paul S. Bartholomew Photography. This project is featured in the August/September 2013 issue of Design NJ Magazine (annual bath issue).
Hi Sue, Thanks for your question. The wall is 36" high. Please feel free to contact me if you need additional info. Best, Doug
Sorry for the delayed response. I typically like to use 80 inches from the floor to the bottom of the fixture. Best of luck on your project!
Hi Evelyn, Thanks for your question...and sorry for the delayed reply! The light is called "mini mikado," manufactured by LZF. Here's a link: http://www.lzf-lamps.com/beta/products/suspension/mikado-s/ Good luck with your project, and please let me know if I can help in any way
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Right Arm Construction
Japanese Bath House Inspired Bathroom
Hi- This bathroom was wrapped in reclaimed Doug-Fir that was salvaged from a dock found in the Willamette River here in Portland OR..thanks for checking out our project...
Hardi board over an insulated wall then waterproofed it and furred out over that before installing the finished project.
’” Couzzo says. “But we started working, and that is what we felt should inspire us.” Minimal, clean lines and a lack of clutter also drove the project, and pushed the design more in line with Asian style. “Even the carriage door was inspired by sliding Japanese-style rice paper doors,” Couzzo says
Douglas fir. We used Hardi board over an insulated wall then waterproofed it and furred out over that before installing the finished project.
Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
we are stuggling to come up with a workable plan, on one wall is the plumbing for the tub shower and toilet. and on one other the sink which is a straight and curve wall attached?
You write that the tub filler is from Kohler. What model or collection? I live in a remote mountain community and must shop online for everything, Your addition of the pot on top of the filler is lovely.
They look similar to Roca Kappa Graphite, I want to integrate those in my bathroom, just wondering how to plan it out.
17. If minimalism isn't your thing, this dramatic bathroom may be more your style. Houzzers loved just about everything in this unique space, including the metallic-like tile, the amazing tub, and the quirky stone sink.
give me the nitty-gritty specifics of how to build a barrier-free shower. Mine will be in the corner, 36" x 48", no additional walls. How close is your tub, the toilet, 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"
best option. We are building a new house and we are planning a curtain for that shower too, as well as for the tub/shower combination in the guest bath. I can change them if i want a different mood or to wash them. I can't tell the configuration of your room but you might be able to suspend a curtain rod
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!
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
Spa in the Sky
Christine, I'm in Chicago and planning a bath remodel using a Duravet basin for the sink. If I wanted to contract something with you in the Spring, do you do work from a distance?
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Hi, try your local hardware store, in Seattle call Builders Hardware
Complement the tile of your wall with a floor tile in a smaller scale. I know, you’ve heard it a million times: “scale, scale, scale,” but it really is the key to balancing so many looks in design. Don't worry so much about color (choose whatever you like); it’s really about getting the size of the tile
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Danenberg Design: this project is GORGEOUS!! These pulls look like: http://www.sirodesigns.com/catalog_stainless_steel05.html We're in Santa Cruz and do lots of projects in your neck of the woods. Please consider us for personalized, by the owner, service
we have similar on remotestylist.com - what colour/material and size are you interested in? Email that with your location (zip fine) and this link and I can pull options for you - email@example.com