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it doesn't need much material. If you go to a stone yard they often have scraps of slabs that are very inexpensive to free. You could probably fabricate this yourself, fairly inexpensively.
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Lower Level secret Bath
It is by ELITIS wallcoverings and you can purchase it through any showroom that carries DONGHIA fabrics and wallcoverings.
These are simple mirrors that any glass shop can fabricate to the size you need.
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
Master Bath Remodel
I think it really depends on a few factors like, is this a guest bath? Much moisture? I love shower cutaains and the options are endless for fabric to make one and then as far as a window treatment is concerned again depends...this bath looks very formal to me so I would do more of a formal roman
These are usually custom fabricated. Try dong an internet search for "shower door installer" + your area.
Studio G+S Architects
I'm not sure who the subcontractor was. It's a custom glass surround that many glass fabricator and installers can do.
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
DKOR Interiors - Interior Design at the Beach Club, Miami Beach, FL
use a technique called calendering. The woven fabric is folded and moistened, and rollers with ribs or engraving are run across the fabric. This is done at a very high temperature. The pressure from the rollers creates the waves by crushing the fabric threads or chemically setting the color. The same
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
Acoya -New York -MIami - modern interior designer- PepeCalderinDesign
do this if you're on a tight budget: Call your local stone and solid surface showroom, then ask them to put you in touch with a fabricator. When speaking to the fabricator, ask if you can visit their "boneyard." Sounds morbid, I know, but it simply refers to an area packed with solid slab remnants. Many
leftover parts have been paid for in full; it's likely they'll cut you a great deal for the materials, then you can apply the savings toward the fabrication.