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Historic Whole House Renovation - Guest Bath
The vessel sink is from Xylem - http://www.xylem.biz/index.php/16-inch-round-vitreous-china-vessel-sink.html. The mirror was provided by the homeowner, but you can find similar oval pivot mirrors at Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, etc... Thanks for your question!
first floor has this full bathroom and a bedroom, which is convenient for visiting grandparents. The reconfigured bath also blends old and new. The homeowners scooped up the unique industrial cart–turned–vanity at Scott Antique Market. By the way, whenever I see a unique piece like this in any Atlanta room
Port Credit Townhome
temperature control presets .As long the customers met the spending budget and they are happy, it's all that matters.We should all congratulate the home-owners for the new successful project delivered by Avalon Interiors!
surprised how popular those photos are. Don't underestimate the selling power of your simpler designs — sometimes those are the most inspiring for homeowners.Style. Every year Houzz puts together a series of ideabooks that highlight the most popular photos of that year, according to how often they've been
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My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
The prior homeowners had renovated the second-floor bathroom, and the Elys furnished it to engage with the rest of the home. A sheer custom window covering allows for privacy while still letting light pour into the south-facing space.
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
The homeowners enjoy lounging in the large soaking tub and enjoying the view outdoors. Helios Design group designed the oversized shower and custom cabinetry. The 12-inch-by-12-inch floor tiles are Glassos and are slip-resistant. Rosewood veneer cabinets provide plenty of storage and include large pullouts
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Dr Kennedy Guest Bath
furniture doubles as wall decor when painted in an exciting hue. If this happened to be a budget bath, this cabinet would have effectively stretched the homeowner's decorating dollars.
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Zawitz designed the first-floor bathroom to work with a variety of homeowner needs, since he may sell his home one day. His home office is on the opposite side of the shower, but that space could potentially be used as a bedroom, given the flexibility to connect the bathroom with it.Fixtures: FantiniStone:
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
A monkey that the homeowner photographed dramatizes the main bathroom. A fireplace peeks through to a library/office.Bathtub: Waterworks; cabinets: New Theme Inc.; floor tile: basaltPhoto by Ethan Pines
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Architectural Photography (King William District)
a fireplace in it. “We restored the fireplace and kept all of the windows, placing the necessary bathroom elements around them,” says one of the homeowners. Twin vanities flank the window and freestanding tub.