2 mantel stone fireplace Bath Design Photos

Design Directives, LLC
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Desert Contemporary residence
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What type of stone did you use. Love it!
The stone on the floor is vein cut travertine from Cactus tile and stone in Phoenix Arizona. The stone on the wall is Sedona Brown veneer stone from
LLC The stone on the floor is vein cut travertine from Cactus tile and stone in Phoenix Arizona. The stone on the wall is Sedona Brown veneer stone from Anasazi
from Anasazi Stone in Scottsdale, AZ
“I love this entire look - the mirror, the side shelf cubby, the stone wall ...” — Nancy Saad_Tessier
Scott Haig, CKD
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Scott
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Thanks Habitat Stone, good to have a local source. I will be keeping you in mind for future projects
splitface wall! Let me know if you need anything like that in Jerusalem Stone. We stock it here in the Rice Village area.
The tiles are all light (select) travertine: the textured stone is from Daltile: Baja Cream (Split Face) T720, and comes on interlocking
travertine; the floor is a honed finish and the walls are polished. The rough stone behind the mirrors is a split-faced travertine from Daltile.
glass on stone wall - open-feel to bath-room
WArm stone w/natural depth, many added pieces and finishes
Wall stones are: Daltile Baja Cream T720 Split Face 1x2 mosaic as
Colors and mix of stone and tile
“wall tile for fireplace dal-tile” — kribant
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