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FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
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Questions15
What are the dimensions of the water closet? Thanks.
opaque water closet glass
glass enclosed water closet
Water closet
“Bathroom” — shoosh21
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Rosenberg Kolb Architects
67 Union
Ideabooks1,985
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do a tile floor in that color palette,” she says. She pulls from watery tones as well, like the crystal blue or light aqua of the Turks and Caicos’ water, where she’s had many clients. She also pulls color from driftwood, as seen here in a New York bathroom she designed. “It’s a wood color but with a
grayer tone, just like wood left on the beach to gray naturally,” she says. The variegated glass tiles, meanwhile, feel like the “undulation of waves in water,” she says. If you’re still stuck on figuring out a color palette, Ggem recommends starting with sea glass — shards of broken glass rounded and frosted
do a tile floor in that color palette,” she says. She pulls from watery tones as well, like the crystal blue or light aqua of the Turks and Caicos’ water, where she’s had many clients. She also pulls color from driftwood, as seen here in a New York bathroom she designed. “It’s a wood color but with a
“spa, zen... love!” — Rebecca Taylor
Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
5 Reviews
spas at home
Ideabooks10,974
Questions8
the bathtub may install in wall and go along the tiles up to the ceiling. It looks like the water is from the shower in the ceiling.
The wall tile with water spoot
Look where the water for the tub comes from
Water from ceiling
“Tres beau, mais fonce” — girouard
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Hudson/Panos House
Ideabooks9,758
Questions7
I am considering doing this glass but am afraid there will be a lot of water splashing outside .... Have you heard feedback on that? Thanks!
the water goes under the glass door so you have to put a bath mat under that area. if you're a big person it will splash out on the open part. if you live where its cold then the openness of the glass door makes it a little chilly. Having sliding glass doors or shower curtain
like design but doesa water get on floor?
“Tile on different faces for shower tub combo” — Jason Atkins
nikki
Beaches Rebuild
Ideabooks2,890
Questions0
in width. The space needed for a tub depends on which configuration you prefer. You will also want to consider whether you want a jetted tub, where water is pushed into the bath by a pump for a whirlpool effect.
in width. The space needed for a tub depends on which configuration you prefer. You will also want to consider whether you want a jetted tub, where water is pushed into the bath by a pump for a whirlpool effect.
“tub and shower combo” — alipink
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
High Rise Master Bathroom
Ideabooks7,857
Questions9
shower cleaner and free from mold here in humid Florida. Anyone have any experience or information about this? Would it help to remove, keep away hard water stains on the glass doors? Any suggestions for keeping glass doors clean? Also, what's the best cleaner for bathrooms with marble. I know bleach
used to live in Florida. We had a water softener. It kept the deposits from forming.
Sorry- do not know about maintenance issues and steam keeping mold down. The glass in this picture has a pattern to it, Skyline Design Fossil glass-Basalt G, which helps hide water spottin. You can also use "Rain-X"
"Rain-X" treatment on the glass to help keep water spotting down.
“The shower windows” — mariearrington
Millennium Cabinetry
8 Reviews
White marble shower
Ideabooks13,942
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In a shower that is used every day, I would recommend sealing it yearly to be safe. If you have well water, in general the white marble is not a great idea unless you have a really good water softener. We also can recommend stone restoration companies that also offer cleaning of stones if you
shower seat, shampoo niche, shower floor, additional water jets
performing a soak test to make sure the marble you're considering will work in your bath or shower. Simply put the tile you're considering into a bucket of water for two days, and then take it out and let it sit for two more days. Observe any changes carefully.
“The marble shower” — idealwellnessclinic
Norwood Architects
16 Reviews
Reynolds Plantation Home
Ideabooks1,451
Questions1
the water coming down to the tub. His and her shower on each side of it
tub in shower, set in niche, water from ceiling.
Water from the ceiling
“double wall niche in shower when using shower rail” — Robyn Eisler
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