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Tina Barclay
15 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks9,809
Questions18
What are the dimensions of your glass splash wall?
Please contact my office so we can talk about your project. 503-635-1278. Thank you!
marble as the vanity counter. Thank you for your inquiry!
Anytime! So glad you like this bathroom. It was one of my favorites in this project.
joancuneo, thanks for the comment. I don't believe it is necessary to go to that extreme as I have designed many bathrooms and kitchens with marble If your bathroom is cleaned weekly and you are careful not to spill make-up or other staining elements on the floor, then a good scrubbing with a non-abrasive
would run about $8,000 for material and labor including plumbing. Let me know if there is anything else you might have questions about!! Thank you for your kind compliments!
“Bathroom idea upstairs” — Mira DiMaggio_Piva
Reaume Construction & Design
5 Reviews
Reaume Construction & Design
Ideabooks26,242
Questions23
circumference "30. not the whole circle, just the curve 30" long on a circle with that circumference(62" diameter) please must have stuck with a project!
color of tile, your sides and top and bottom can be easy or difficult. Sometimes I use the marble material in the bathroom as sides, sometimes it's the exact tile field tile I am using everywhere else. I have to think about each time and make the best decision for that particular project. In the picture
with tile and case the window with your tile rail molding as I have done in the picture above. Hope that helps.
Cleot, I like bevel subway tiles, but I have always found bevel tiles to be difficult to use because of the dilemmas that you get in to such as your question. I would not use the bevel
“Shower shape with footer and curtain” — ktarty1
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks28,872
Questions15
You can call Ceramic Tile Design in San Rafael, CA (415) 485-5180. Lauriel can tell you about the tile or any questions, etc. Good luck with your project! --Jason Urrutia
area. I would also suggest a kneewall height of at least 24"h to allow for a nice amount of tile to surround the tub area. I've attached a similar project I have just completed with 24"h kneewall. Hope this helps. Torry Manzo Renaissance Kitchen and Home
The grout color is the same for the entire bathroom... it's "Snow White." Make sure to check it against the white tile... if you're using white tile. "Bright White" would be a second option but don't want the grout to make the white tiles look a bit gray. --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia
“Gray tile” — Rosetherese Artuso Fox
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Home of the Year
Ideabooks83,344
Questions47
What type of wood is it ! You did a fabulous job on this project !
I love the sconces on the wall in your additional picture of the vanity in this room. Could u share the name?
could you please tell me where I can find additional pictures of this bathroom. I have looked through the project folders and haven't been able to find them. I would love to see the vanity/ room layout etc.
You can purchase this tile at a showroom in your area. Follow this link to find a showroom near you: http://walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/ga-atlanta.php
Carrara Marble for $16.95SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cbharabesq.html While Ceramic is nice. Carrara is also and can add a lot of value to your bathroom.
What dimensions are this shower? Thank you in advance for your help.
“Linen cabinet” — aili1313
One Week Bath, Inc.
11 Reviews
Relaxing Space Traditional Bathroom Remodel
Ideabooks57,785
Questions51
Is your vanity light a different finish than your faucet ect.?
I have a client that wants to duplicate this bathroom! They love it so much! Excited to do the project! Thanks for the ideas!
We are dealers for Strasser Woodenworks, the maker of the vanity. If you are in the Los Angeles area and interested in a bathroom remodeling project, please contact us at 1-800-ONE-WEEK.
done a couple of years ago. If you are in Southern California and interested in a bathroom remodel, please contact us. We may be able to help solve your "no window" problem. 1-800-ONE-WEEK
Hello, You may want to have your contractor look at the following Houzz page to see different options for installing a topless glass shower door: http://www.houzz.com/topless-glass
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Indivar Sivanathan
4 Reviews
Contemporary Bath
Ideabooks14,422
Questions12
Thanks so much for your prompt response
I am just the photographer, but I believe the circumference was about 14-16 inches. You can contact the designer mentioned for this project for more precise info.
For questions on this project, it's best to contact Tina Voigt of Design
great thing about a floating vanity is that you can have it installed at whatever height you like for your comfort. If you're a taller person, you can have it mounted as high as you'd like - or if you're shorter, a lower counter would be appropriate.
Contact your local plaster contractors. if there is a specialty plastering firm, they may be able to install Tadelakt for you. We install this product throughout
“Colour Scheme and smart use if space, love the timbre draw” — Lauren Oppy
Milk and Honey Design
Elegant Master Bathroom
Ideabooks4,145
Questions3
who retain our services to custom design projects such as this one. As such, we are not at liberty to share specific details. We are happy to take on new projects & design your project or home for you. Our office will gladly review the fees for such projects with you.
“Tile work” — Meghan Carney
Flüff Designs & Decor
2 Reviews
Contemporary Condo
Ideabooks5,180
Questions8
Because this project was from a long time ago, we believe they used a warm grey grout or possibly a light tan grout to compliment the counter top color. Your best option is to bring a samlple of your counter top to Ames Tile or any tile expert in your area. They will be able to help
help you find the best combination for your counter top.
and the color is paper white oc55. If not, the color will look fabulous with your blue tiles. Patti.
counter vessel sinks. Take a look at the Kohler Conical Bell Vessel, its very similar. I happen to have it and I love it but wouldn't recommend it for your everyday bathroom. Water splashes everywhere when I wash my face! Maybe more for a powder bath or a guest bath that is not used on a daily basis.
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