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Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
Ideabooks5,722
Questions4
How do you access behind the onyx to replace the lighting?
Stunning! Is that natural back lighting?
back lighting a slab of onyx is a great art piece!
lthough it's difficult to see in pictures, curbs need to be tilted toward the shower so they drain properly. Tip: When working with natural stone, avoid drilling glass door hinges
would be fantastic. Back lighting on the slab is fun.
on the wall : back light the stone?
Put shower against atrium with clear bricks to let light in. Cover with stained
Although it's difficult to see in pictures, curbs need to be tilted toward the shower so they drain properly.Tip: When working with natural stone, avoid drilling glass door hinges into the curb because that can cause leaks. If you're stuck without an alternative, make sure that your installer drills
“absolutely gorgeous white marble all around the inside shower and the beautiful large natural stone” — queenjulienne
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Ideabooks2,903
Questions6
Can you please tell me about the lighting. Beautiful!
other colors would work) and a great sink.
side lights save space - double sink
RH medicine cabinet. ?Chandler lights - not sure manufacturer
love sink mirrors lighting and tile just not that color
fluorescent lights, double sinks, hex tile on wall
dual sink, lighting and side by side mirrors
Insert medicine cabinets. Note side lights
“like the yellow tile” — pennydreamhouse
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Yellow and Turquoise Bathroom
Ideabooks23,029
Questions13
love the sky light in front of the tub!
If gambrel roof line works, a bathroom like
great use of: colour/space/lighting
like this would work.
Colors and light...Light by tub
“Wow color” — awarnock4
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
13 Reviews
Modern Classic
Ideabooks7,903
Questions11
Can you tell me about the lights over the vanity?
This is very similar to the ceiling lines I am working with at my home. GREAT inspiration that compliments the irregular ceiling angles vs. making the room look small.
layout of bathroom for my home??? Would it work?
If the floor was light marble
Lavatory and light option
Who makes lighting?
“Small tiles in bath and on vanity wall” — roe1122
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Ideabooks6,900
Questions5
tile is similar to my master. light or dark gray matches.
Interesting tile work
I'd call this tile more of a golden curry yellow. The sophisticated shade works well with the dark wood mirror and vanity. The color is also referenced in the stripe of small mosaic yellow tiles on the wall.
“big mirror” — mrs_garcia_2003
Cody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks241
Questions2
was going to splash water all over the room and make a mess. But after using many of them in hotels across Europe, I have to admit I'm convinced they work quite well. But whether they would keep the water inside when clumsy teenagers (like my son) shower, I'd be hesitant to say.
light wood vanity
“Tub door” — gretchenwr
Allen-Guerra Architecture
21 Reviews
modern breckenridge 1
Ideabooks3,173
Questions7
Love the idea, but yellow is just not my color. Possibly a light blue, green or violet.
Here's an even bolder and brighter yellow. My advice when working with such a hue is to treat it like artwork — a little goes a long way, and too much can be overwhelming and hard to view and appreciate. This particular highlighter yellow tile would be too much, for me anyway, if it was used on all four
“Bi color” — Sophie Balmelle
DrewettWorks
11 Reviews
Northern Exposure // Powder Room
Ideabooks11
Questions0
for the opportunity to share your vision. Project Details | Northern Exposure, The Rim – Prescott, AZ Architect: C.P. Drewett, AIA, NCARB, Drewett Works, Scottsdale, AZ Builder: Thomas Beck, LTD, Scottsdale, AZ Photographer: Dino Tonn, Scottsdale, AZ
Lights on side walls
“Lights on side walls” — annimama
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