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Daniel Contelmo Architects
20 Reviews
Classic Informality
Ideabooks120K
Questions60
You have been unusually nice about answering so many questions. I have two that haven't been asked yet. It looks like you combined two cabinet styles with the drawers and cabinet doors
the mirrors are about 20" x 36" and they were custom made from a glass shop.
If you click on the photo, you can then hover over tags to get more specific information about the finishes.
The shelves are about 9" deep.
I like everything about this design. We have 10 foot ceilings and need a way to tie in the cabinets this seems perfect. Could I purchase plans for this?
“Hidden medicine cab” — amyover
C O N T E N T Architecture
Southampton
Ideabooks41,346
Questions28
I would like to use a similar tub/shower application and need to know more about how this was done.
...look. I'll put the marble (if possible) in less "wet" areas, where maintaining it is more manageable. There are many discussions here on houzz about the qualities and choices regarding marble. Knowing the pros/cons.....makes it an "educated decision".
The nice thing about wet room edge drains is you don't need an over flow drain. just a bottom drain. It works best if the drain is on the low side of the room, but the
Dark floor dark vanity. What about putting tile just in the section where the tub is?
Floors but worried about the dark and dirt
“the Shower & Bath combo” — Karen Stevens
Natasha Barrault Design
Cliffside Drive
Ideabooks6,949
Questions13
I love this look. And it's the exact layout of my bathroom. I have a question about the "opening". Is there no glass "door"? What prevents water from the shower from getting out?
I couldn't say without looking into files etc... it's been 3 years. Vanity is only half shown here. Roughly 5' wide for the vanity. Wall about 14/15' roughly.
It isn't. Please refer to previous discussions about this shower where I am explaining in detail. Thank you.
Please tell us about it below.
Your home is your largest investment, the place where you spend most of your time and is the family hub. So enjoy it – don’t be afraid to make it yours.WE’D LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU…Have you made creative use of an underused space? Please tell us about it in the comments
“wide low tub edge with no door” — Sue Fournier
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
18 Reviews
Balinese Influenced Bath
Ideabooks100K
Questions26
I am in the process of house renovations. We extended our bathroom and had no idea on what to do with the wall behind the bath. I was told about the Houzz website and decided to go and have a look. Because most of my house is Asian inspired i went to this website and it was De javu. The bath
did you check the prerequisites about pious images...
Hello sfriedmann can you please tell me more about the wall unit? You mentioned you modified it yourself. Where did you get it from? Thanks in advance. -D
bathwater and toast to your own resourcefulness.WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU…How will you be attempting to beat the winter blues at home? We want to hear about it in the comments section below, and do send in a high resolution photo of your blues-buster in action.
“wine please” — Amanda Dawson
Eric Aust Architect
10 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks4,659
Questions8
Tell me about the chair, very cool!
Makeup Stations When combining a standing vanity with a sit-down makeup station, you’ll need to adjust the height down to about 28 in. or lower (minimum: about 24 in.). Also, like the sliding barn door idea and the towel shelf.
Makeup StationsWhen combining a standing vanity with a sit-down makeup station, you’ll need to adjust the height down to about 28 in. or lower (minimum: about 24 in.).
“Silla” — ladyfashion
On Site Management, Inc.
1 Review
Great Point Lodge
Ideabooks30,986
Questions12
I would love to know about the vanity as well. Its great!! Thank you!!!
can you provide information about the counter top
contact them about the furniture used, .... They should be able to help you find it or something similar. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact our office. (406) 586-1500
The interior designer was Markham Roberts, Inc. Here is their website to contact them about the furniture
The interior designer was Markham Roberts, Inc. Here is their website to contact them about the furniture used, .... They should be able to help you find it or something similar. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact
“Vanity, mirror, lights” — cgander
Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
40 Reviews
Quantum Windows & Doors | McElroy Architecture
Ideabooks2,896
Questions5
to the right person. When asking about this tub, reference the San Francisco "Bungalow Update" project. Good Luck!
For info on the wet room please contact the architect directly. We supplied the windows & doors on this project and aren't usually in the know about other details. McElroy Architecture
doors on this project. The project architect, Tom McElroy (...) could help you, and if not, he can surely direct you to the right person. When asking about the tub, reference the San Francisco "Bungalow Update" project. Good Luck!
project architect, Tom McElroy (...) could help you, and if not, then he can direct you to the project contractor, Miller Development. When asking about this shower, reference the San Francisco "Bungalow Update" project. Good Luck!
“Bath and shower” — Ryan
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
Ideabooks39,999
Questions17
the walls? what about water proofing? thank you
what are the walls made of? is that stained plywood or a laminate of some sort? what about water resistance
The first time I ever saw a sunken bathtub, I thought it was the most luxurious thing. There is something so wonderful about not having to step over the side of a tub to get in and out. Using a sunken tub in this bathroom leaves an unobstructed view to the floor-to-ceiling window.
6. The first time I saw a sunken bathtub, I thought it was the most luxurious thing in the world. There is something so wonderful about not having to step over the side of a tub to get in and out. Using a sunken tub in this bathroom leaves an unobstructed view out of the floor-to-ceiling
“Quartz countertop” — melanieewers
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