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Wheeler Kearns Architects
Northbrook House
Ideabooks4,381
Questions10
You just need hole cut in the mirror large enough for a junction box. The back plate of your lighting fixture needs to Bo large enough to conceal the hole and junction box. I think the less mirror seams ones see is the best way to go.Hope that helps.
Hi Kathy. Thank you for your kind words! Yes, Robern, with mirror infills around them.
Getting your game face on. Do you stand at the vanity to put your makeup on? Would you rather have a place to sit to do so? A place with a big mirror and all of your cosmetics stored neatly at hand? If so, consider a makeup desk. If you choose to integrate one with your vanity, you’ll have
Getting your game face on. Do you stand at the vanity to put your makeup on? Would you rather have a place to sit to do so? A place with a big mirror and all of your cosmetics stored neatly at hand? If so, consider a makeup desk. If you choose to integrate one with your vanity, you’ll have to recognize
“the stool height” — lorrseuber
Light Positive
Swampscott - Bathroom
Ideabooks14,002
Questions16
I'm building a home and I like a contemporary style do you suggest tile or laminate and which color will go with a very light wall color, the plan is open, kitchen, dining and living rooms and the ceilings are 12 feet high throughout.
Light Positive did the lighting design for this project and we do not have that information. I can reach out to the architect for that information and get back to you.
the tile company that produced these tiles but unfortunately have been unsuccessful. We only did the lighting design, the interior designer for the project worked on the tile purchase.
click on this link to find the answer to your question... someone asked this question but via another photo: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/177611/Love-the-sink-basins--where-can-I-get-th#comments
“Walk in shower idea” — Paul Nash
T.R. Builder, Inc.
4 Reviews
Beautiful Steam Shower
Ideabooks43,750
Questions8
Thank you for your question, afkar@eim.ae. The shower is 5' wide x 5.3' deep. If you should have any other questions, please don't hesitate to post here or email us directly at info@trbuilder.com. ~ The T.R. Construction Team
@Nihal Kamel, Thank you for your interest. If you need more
Hi greengirl3, First, thank you for your question. The shelves themselves are basic shower niches which have been tiled using the homeowners selected tiles. (Marble Systems Avenza- 12x12
in Universal Design for some time, now. I have collected some of the ideas that I have posted and that others have posted on Design Dilemmas such as yours. Please take from this whatever is helpful. Best wishes. Houzz 1.) Go to Houzz Ideabooks and enter "Universal Design" in the search box. 2.) Go
“shower” — lienkimho
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Small Powder Bath
Ideabooks25,301
Questions29
What is the size of your toilet?
What is the length of you bath mine is 5 feet long by 3 feet wide and I am having a problem with the toilet taking up to much space. peoples legs are under the sink what is the length of your toile?
I have an identically sized bathroom and am inspired by your design. Could. You please tell me about the door you used as well as about the radiator?
Is that a 23, 27, or 30 inch sink? I know Duravit makes all three and I think this size (based on your measurements) would be perfect for our space. Thanks!
Hi Amber - Thanks for your interest in Four Brothers! I think we should be able to give you an estimate and design before hand. Usually, we can give you a rough estimate for design and construction based on plans, photographs, and a description. We would follow this
“Grey tile would be good for jack and jill” — gourmetiff
Arnal Photography
7 Reviews
Forest Hill home
Ideabooks6,628
Questions12
I am just the photographer on the project, and as a result can't help you with the specific details on the space. I can tell you that they are a very popular style used in several of the homes I have photographed, so I'm sure if you were to take a picture to your local lighting store, they could get
I appreciate your responding to my question.
I am just the photographer on the project, and as a result can't help you with the specific details on the space. My work was for the builder, Venetian
r on the project, and as a result can't help you with the specific details on the space. My work was for the builder, Venetian Group. I was told that the room was designed by Carey Mudford Interior Design in Toronto. Perhaps they may be able to help you further.
“chandelier and paint” — dkalina
Rasmussen Construction
4 Reviews
Large white tile shower with bench, steam shower, and window for natural light
Ideabooks40,654
Questions22
This Mill Valley residence under the redwoods was conceived and designed for a young and growing family. Though technically a remodel, the project was in essence new construction from the ground up, and its clean, traditional detailing and lay-out by Chambers & Chambers offered great opportunities for
Thank you for your interest in our photo but we are unable to help you with your question. We are the General Contractor so if you have any questions regarding the construction of this project please let me know. Thank you David Rasmussen III http://www
the bathroom to allow for the curb-less shower. Visit our website to see some of the projects we are working on right now. http://www.dvrasmussen.com
“douche intéressante, on peut s'y asseoir ...” — Achata Mzimba
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Creekside Courtyard
Ideabooks672
Questions4
supports for your footless tub? It seems either would work - especially if you have a good sealer between the tub and the support, and the support and the floor. Curious how your project turned out! Cheers, Maggie
No problem, Holly, that's what we're here for! Good luck & have fun with your project
Sorry, I don't have any information on the artwork here! This canvas print from West Elm might be similar enough for your tastes: http://www.westelm.com/products/framed-print-watercolor-landscape-w940/?pkey=cabstract-art&cm_src=abstract-art||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_--_- Good luck - finding the right art
Thank you very much for your detailed answer to me. I do appreciate it. Holly
“tub” — Marlene Stottlemyer
Erin Sander
2 Reviews
Fresh Colonial Master Bathroom
Ideabooks19,584
Questions12
Your bathroom is so beautiful! We are starting ours and are unsure if tile should go up to or behind the cabinets. Could you please let me know if you put your mosaic's behind the cabinets or not? The install looks so neat and clean
Thank you for your interest in this project! The outlets are inside the vanity drawers. This project meets all local code requirements. Codes requirements vary from different areas, and I would recommend checking the specific codes for your location before any instillation.
Hi! Thank you for your interest! The tile is not carried behind the upper cabinets.
“hardware” — rarebalo
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