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Paul Davis Architects
like the wood and pulls. A tad too red maybe?
Plante entre les lavabos
Webber + Studio, Architects
How big is this room? Could we dress up a small powder room with red tiles? thanks
please give me the details of the red paint.
I love "red contrast" Dunn Edwards
This powder room is roughly 40" x 84", and was built in 2002. If you love red tile, then you could certainly use it in a small powder room!
Red wall BM million dollar red
Like the combo of copper and red.
bright color like red or green. You'll add a powerful punch to your space that will carry you well into the new year.
If you want to go crazy with red, try it in a small space. A tiny red powder room is vibrant and fun without feeling overwhelming.
Pump up the colourThis all red cloakroom might
dramatic effect. Mix in bright red walls and polished brass finishes and we have moved into show-stopper territory. And I love that nautical flavored porthole window opening. More: Browse more bathroom design photos
8538 Ruete Monte Carlo
Campari Light Suspension in Red & white by Ingo Maurer
Moulded sink and drawers, not red though
red counter for powder bath- saw one at Red Pin
Love the red sink. Smart color choice.
Festive Shiny red vanity top and sink, all one continuous splash of vibrant red. Makes me think of the 4th of July, and summer fun!
lost those bangs, rocked bright red, and let your personality shine through (to Jeff Bridges: "Dude! Could you let someone else have a chance?"). Between the fire engine red counter and unique light, this bathroom lets its vibrant personality shine through as well.
Red on a countertop makes a strong
Here is a sleek glass counter and sink, accented with a fun red pendant light. Is this color scheme for you?
Famosa- The Surface Studio
Skylight, tile shape of tub. Wow! Don't like the red but it's fun
red tiled wall with black grout
ultra cool skylight red tile wall
red with off-white floor color and white sink
guest suite bathroom...I want a red wall behind the freestanding tub
Shade of RedSometimes you have to break your own rules. While this bathroom features bold color in a way that is not so easy to change out, I think it is an excellent example of another great piece of advice: Pick one thing and make it the star of the show. In this case the gorgeous, rich, deep red tile
Here, glossy red is achieved with tile. It gives an otherwise stark white bathroom so much depth.
What is the name of the palm trees and flowering plants?
Not anthuriums, the white flowered ones look like spathaphyllum. The red ones along the wall look like cordyline, and the green ferns look like Kimberly queen fern. Those are all tropical plants that are grown in south Florida. One nursery that has all 3 is Everbloom growers, inc in
Like the dark plants with the green and white plants
chance and simply cut the roots down the middle between the plants.A young plant should be planted in a 6-inch pot, so the roots get the compact area they need.To minimize shock, use the same potting mix as you used in the original pot. Young plants may need staking and may wilt, but they should recover by
during repotting in the spring. Here are the steps.Pull the pot from the plant and lay the bare plant flat on any surface outdoors, or on a piece of newspaper on a counter. Examine the plant to locate new crowns.Working from top to bottom, gently pry apart the roots that seem to belong to the crown. You
red lacquer mirror coordinate w dining room red lacquer cabinet
Love the red mirror and sink. Great contrast with the brick. Well done.
If a fan of red but can't commit to full coverage, just add a few accents.
If you are a fan of red but don't want to completely cover your bathroom in it, add a few red accents instead. This is a low-cost and low-commitment way to inject bold color into your home.
The Red Jet
I love the plant shelf in the bathroom
shelf across the window with tiny plants
Plant shelf in front of window
in, the bathroom was painted dark red below the chair rail and bright yellow above, which I really hated, so I went in the opposite direction," she says. "I’ve always felt that bathrooms should be clean and cool." Good move, Amanda. I can't imagine living with a red and yellow bathroom! The paint color