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James Patrick Walters
“The floating bamboo ceiling references the vertical reed-like wallpaper behind the LED candles in the niches of the chiseled stone.” - San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles August 2013 James Brady Photography
James, your work is so beautiful. Clearly, you love what you do!!! Can you please tell me the "name" of the chiseled stone that you used around the LED Candles? Also, is that tile on the shower ceiling? It's hard to see. Thank you for the eye candy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
celebrate the daily grooming ritual by appealing to all the senses.”For this space he went even further and added programmable mood lighting, automatic LED candles, heated floors and towel racks, and chromotherapy in the tub and shower.More: Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel
Modern Japanese Farmhouse, Weston
Bocci 14 Series Seven LED Pendant Chandelier
This would be really neat to have a separate small staircase in the master bedroom that led to a hot tub room in the basement.
Jeri Koegel Photography
Mirror with LED backlight
Led behind mirror
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Douglas R. Schotland Architect
Luxury Japanese-Inspired ADA (Accessible) Bath
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
The stone wall would be cool in white stone with a waterfall over it and LED lights shining on it
waterfall and led light
Beach House Design & Development
Manhattan Beach Ocean Front Residence
3" slot with 2700 LED; Ann Sacks Silver Travertine on wall and slab counter; Pierre Noire on the floor
LED slot lighting
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
Balinese Influenced Bath
place the Buddha (sacred) image BELOW anything else. It should top the whole shelf. At least, move it in lieu of the 3 pots and place also the small LED-lit 'candles' on each side. However, a buddha image is definitely not to be placed in a room where one exposes his nudity (or you'd have to turn it 180°
Ha ha ha.....you tell'em Robin. Bathroom fires are not encouraged; best to keep comments encouraging. Today, LED's are the norm.