257 contemporary furniture portland oregon Bathroom Design Photos

Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Crane Building Penthouse
Ideabooks4,096
Questions3
core of Portland, Oregon, this 7th floor 2500 SF penthouse sits atop the historic Crane Building, a brick warehouse built in 1909. It has established views of the city, bridges and west hills but its historic status restricted any changes to the exterior. Working within the constraints of the existing
“full length mirror and pendants. backsplash” — eadinges
L.EvansDesignGroup,inc
20 Reviews
Dundee Hills Guest Bath - "wheel chair accessible"
Ideabooks6,467
Questions6
through Oregon, Tile & Marble. IR/OTM/AZA4-58 "Azalea4" are the glass tiles and MC/OTM/606T "Tumbled Slate" are the small 2 x 2 perimeter tiles around the glass. I would give their office a call as they would be able to tell you.
Hi, the large squares on the floor are from Oregon Tile and Marble -
“Arrangement” — Bonny Crawford
Angela Todd Designs
15 Reviews
Luster of the Pearl
Ideabooks69,710
Questions17
local in Portland, Oregon I would recommend Oregon Tile and Marble. It is a limestone and commonly is called Seagrass. I do not recall the exact specifications of the floor tile, but it was either 5/8" squares or 1" squares. It comes on a 12x12 mosiac mesh.
“I like this shower” — vrmjlmoon
Jenni Leasia Design
8 Reviews
Riverfront Retreat
Ideabooks2,536
Questions6
clean contemporary elements with traditional cottage architecture. It is luxurious, yet very relaxed.
to the Portland area and you are on my follow list on Houzz because I admire your work in many ways and also because you clearly understand the value of accessible elements. Thanks!
Riverfront, Portland, Oregon
“Tub” — heikevonderheyden
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Crane Building Penthouse
Ideabooks3,157
Questions4
core of Portland, Oregon, this 7th floor 2500 SF penthouse sits atop the historic Crane Building, a brick warehouse built in 1909. It has established views of the city, bridges and west hills but its historic status restricted any changes to the exterior. Working within the constraints of the existing
Im in portland as well...wanted to know if there is any code issues with having the shower open like that with steps up? I cant tell from this photo but is there a linear drain against the far right wall of this picture? Thank you so much
“Awesome open bath idea concept” — wintermaple
Jenni Leasia Design
8 Reviews
Furnace Townhouse
Ideabooks296
Questions2
clean contemporary elements with traditional cottage architecture. It is luxurious, yet very relaxed.
Riverfront, Portland, Oregon
“Love these windows” — maizen621
Crystal Remodeling Inc
Modern Hillside Home - Lake Oswego
Ideabooks102
Questions1
Lighting in Portland, Oregon.
“Everything!” — jrentzjody
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
6 Reviews
The Abbott
Ideabooks1,048
Questions4
Designs of Portland Oregon specified and sourced them; perhaps an email to Misti Rivoli (http://rivolidesigns.wordpress.com/contact-us/) could get you the info you need.. Sorry I can't be more help!
“colours: combination wood, stone, and walls” — middel43
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