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indigo & ochre design
5 Reviews
Prospect Heights Brownstone
small scale, water fountain type sink. good for tight spot. beautiful tile
if water line can be run to underneath staircase- cool bar sink?
Polished BrassAn all-time favorite. A polished brass faucet helps give the bathroom shown here a vintage look. Advantages: Easy to clean and easy to find. A durable finish. Easy to match with accessories and other fixtures.Disadvantages: More expensive than other finishes, such as chrome and brushed
6. Water fountain–style sink. With a smaller scale than most sinks out there, a single-basin, single-handle, gooseneck faucet sink can fit into even the tightest
“tile” — vaquero
Ranch Remodel
woodfun@sbcglobal.net. He recently merged with another company, so I don't know what his workload is. Give him a call. He is a really talented, super easy guy to work with. He just finished up some office/wine room cabinets for me that turned out fantastic. Good luck!!
The solution for the counter tops is super easy in my opinion. Caesarstone and Silestone have great quartz options. Caeserstone has a London Gray or a Misty Carrera that are really nice. You can
It is a wood panel produced by the millworker. The stone overhang is 1.5" and protects it from water drips.
Vertical side cabinets for easy access
Water closets. The minimum space requirements for a water closet are 30 inches (76 centimeters) in width where it is centered in the space, and 24 inches (61 centimeters) of clear
“Bright lights” — thegabegirl
At-Six Architecture
Tub alcove
in the shower, where you'll use about half the water.More:Design an Easy-Clean Bathroom2012 Faucets and Fixtures: See What's New for the Bath
takes a lot of water — roughly 50 to 70 gallons per bath. Being water wise doesn't have to mean giving up your long soak. When remodeling or building, look for smaller tubs with a capacity of less than 60 gallons. Also, when you're just looking for a quick clean, you'd be more water smart to jump in
design firms. I love the crew's projects, and this installation is no different.If you're not choosing a tile, ensure that your wall finishes are water resistant. The wall cladding in this picture looks as nice outside a home as it does inside.
“Wood wall” — kpitchfo
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
a house in a garden
Those are 1" hex tiles. If it's Daltile, then it is a custom pattern, but it's one that's pretty easy to do when setting the tile.
the hot water baseboard is cast iron available at a plumbing supply house. size is not much bigger than standard 5x7, maybe 7x10
10. Make a DIY water displacer for your toilet. Reduce the amount of water your toilet uses per flush by placing a liter bottle filled with water inside the tank.11. Install a dual-flush converter for your toilet. For even more water-saving potential, you can install a dual-flush
4. Add beadboard or paneling. Wainscot tile square footage can really add up. If you can forgo it in lieu of wood beadboard and mix that with a feature floor tile pattern, you'll have a winner.
“the half wall” — James Tucker
b&w +g"amabatia"
Is it easy to find the flat-panel door you feature in this bathroom? So many interior doors today are ugly raised-panel doors which give a cluttered look to rooms.
No wooden cabinetry in kids bathrooms. Would like materials that do not warp or stain from water.
9. Choose hardware that's easy for little hands to operate. Single-lever faucets are easier for little hands to work. Select pulls in sizes and shapes that are easy for tiny fingers to grip and operate. Smaller drawers and doors also are good for children, since they don't take as much strength to pull
Hardware makes it easy to play with trends. New fixtures can lend an entirely new look to a space, but they're easy to swap out when the next fad comes in.
“Kids bathrooms” — Nic Wides
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
at Alice Design and Charlotte Cooney of Domestic Arts, realizes the homeowners' vision of a clean, simple and utilitarian space. The home remodel features a new kitchen, bathroom, and living area. Photography by Mitchell Snyder.
paneling covered it with a watered-down white paint and a flat polyurethane finish. (see same in kitchen 2)
idea to paint the cabinets: The floors here were painted with latex white paint cut in half with water. “The raw wood just soaks it up, and you can still see the
outside and bleached in the sun, she covered it with a watered-down white paint and a flat polyurethane finish.
Watered down white paint with a flat polyurethane finish. V-groove
bleached in the sun, she covered it with a watered-down white paint and a flat polyurethane finish. Meanwhile, the homeowner had found a bunch of old radiators in the backyard and wanted to incorporate those into the interiors. Cooney had them all converted to hot-water radiant heat instead of steam. “They’re
“Pedestal sink with freestanding storage next to sink” — Judy Hayes
Besch Design, Ltd.
2 Reviews
Leavitt Residence
I love this bathroom! Is there a divider between the water closet and
The water delivery of the bath is quite the eyeball grabber. The water delivery and the bubble ceiling lamp seem to be like soft twins. Is this lamp custom-made?
who is the maker of the foucet or water valve
Yes, that is a beautiful tub! The water delivery is cool too.
Love the water spout & tub
water valves off set on wall.
“Shape of tub and the walk in shower” — taylorbray
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Wow!! I love this water faucet for the tub!! Also, being pretty deaf with hearing aids, I would really appreciate the (what I assume is fairly louder than normal faucets) water splashing sounds as the faucet fills the tub
water falls from ceiling instead of right by handle
Ceiling-mounted tub faucet. A line of water pours down from a ceiling spout and splashes into the tub below. What a wonderful sound it must make when it hits the water. A band of light streams through the narrow vertical window and highlights this water feature.
“Ceiling tub filler.” — natelocal922
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