8 Why Quadra Fire.aspx Bath Design Photos

Identity Construction
5 Reviews
Stegmann Residence
Ideabooks3,025
Questions7
It was from Arizona Tile and is a porcelain. Here is a link http://www.arizonatile.com/FIBRA-SERIES-P794C72.aspx
Flooring:Arizona Tile and is a porcelain. Here is a link http://www.arizonatile.com/FIBRA-SERIES-P794C72.aspx
Floor tile Arizona Tile and is a porcelain. Here is a link http://www.arizonatile.com/FIBRA-SERIES-P794C72.aspx
omg how dumb! why wouldnt the drawers be by the seating. also no room for legs with that ottomon.
“Aquamarine glass subway tile” — earmeneau
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
45 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
Ideabooks52,205
Questions25
If you run your cursor over the photo, you'll find information on the wall tile. The tile on the wall is called Riverside Tile, here is a link to it: http://www.artistictile.com/productdetails.aspx?Colid=94&Cid=29 :) Rhoda
Just wondering why the need to mention nationality....
Of course, there is also a good case to be made for getting rid of the tub entirely — if you prefer a luxurious shower to a soak, why not just get that space-hogging tub out of there? A sleek glass shower can make any small bathroom seem more spacious.Get the guide: Convert Your Tub
“Glass blocks” — bob0117
Mike Connell
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Mediterranean
Ideabooks200K
Questions57
why is the cut piece along the bottom row!! as a tilesetter was always taught the cut piece of tile should go next to the ceiling?? also shouldn't the mirror
I have this same tile and its been installed 2x and it wont dry out. I dont understand why it wont set right and the installers and Ann Sacks are all confused because they think they did everything right. Just curious if anyone else had the
bit behind in Houzz due to a fire (nothing tragic). The paint color here is Dunn Edwards 6057 Raindrops.
Sorry for delay – I'm the interior designer who worked with Mike on this project, who specified the tile and color. I've been a bit behind in Houzz due to a fire (nothing tragic). The wall tile
due to a fire (nothing tragic). The floor is a darker Lagos Blue limestone . . . (This is the only photo I have of the floor.)
“wide” — ahmed_el_safty
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks69,024
Questions44
I am not sure I understand why someone would give out their credit card info so hastily. Yoinks!
It's a toto- see options here: http://www.totousa.com/Products/Toilets/Search/tabid/447/styles/contemporary/Default.aspx
“Bathroom” — andass
Min | Day Architects
House on Lake Okoboji
Ideabooks496
Questions2
Just wondering, why so many sinks?
This bath is on fire!
“Wow” — phynea
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks946
Questions0
why does it not look dark here?
“lighting great like led” — eightgrand
Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
20 Reviews
Cool Gray
Ideabooks4,136
Questions2
The shower floor is from The Tile Shop and it's called Dusty Gray Pebbles http://www.tileshop.com/product/productdetail.aspx?familyID=1979&recordID=398362 The stacked stone is called Iron and we have it in stock. You can call us for quantity and pricing.
rear wall with a stacked slate one. Gann added a backlit false window for more light, with the slate framing creating a convenient shelf for the tub. Why put a tub in the shower?
“tile to pebbles” — 31910
Latitude 28 Constructions
7 Reviews
Apartment remodel
Ideabooks602
Questions3
Why not a more space- saving toilet, like the Geberit system?
Hi Anita, this remodel had a bath added and unfortunately the cistern is on a fire rated 10 level duct so could not conceal. coincidentally we did use the Geberit system for the other toilets! Great point though, appreciated.
“Bathroom” — wseed
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