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Quirky House Renovation
cabinetry, bathroom tiling and flooring remain the same, the creative use of color and pattern gave the home a brand-new look.
curtains for bathroom
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
dark wood flooring, right up to bathroom floor tiles
Love plank ceiling and dark wood floors
Penny bathroom tile. Wood floor transition
open room where a bedroom, closet and open bathroom have been created! OPEN bathroom!
raised bathroom floor, open to bedroom, closet behind bed
red pine floors finished w varnish and penny tile in
upstairs floor is covered with red pine and finished with varnish. The floor extends all the way to the bathroom area, which is raised and covered in white penny tile.
Frederick Gibson + Associates Architecture
PROJECT: The Golden Residence by Frederick Clifford Gibson
light floor w/ light-color walls & light wood; high gloss = meh.
Completely open bathroom/bedroom w/ 3-sided fireplace
I like the fire place in the bathroom
concrete floor color with ash trim
bathroom walkthrough, tile floors, ceiling
tile blocks and floors
concrete floor - high gloss
concrete floor color
floor, light concrete
Concrete floor, offset peak room
floor color...concrete floor...like the bathroom...Concrete floor #4...Like floors...Flooring for az...This is a bathroom!...concrete floor
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Trigg-Smith Architects - Project - A Classic Tropical Home
love, love, love this room; love the floor with the rugs
Transom window over bathroom door
Nice opening into bathroom
Awesome flooring ideas
Entrance to Bathroom
tile, wood trim...Tile with rug...doors to bathroom...tile floor...bedroom floor...tile floor
porcelain tile...floor tiles
reclaimed pine floors and ceiling. Landscape paintings by Milbie Benge.
Dressing 'hall' and bathroom! Love this idea!
Wood floors in bathroom to create flow
bathroom hallway from Master BDRM. separate bathroom
Consistent flooring thru to the bathroom. Wood flooring in the bathroom with tar per underneath, polyurethane seal
to the bathroom. And it creates a flow, a feeling of continuity, that I find calming.
Other reasons to use wood floors in the bathroom, besides looks, are ease and continuity
Wall color, Crystalline BenMoore, Pine floors
groove flooring for this home.More:10 Top Tips for Getting Bathroom Tile RightCork Flooring 101: Warm Up to a Natural WonderMore guides to ecofriendly design
Other reasons to use wood floors in the bathroom, besides looks, are ease and continuity. It's easier to run flooring that exists in the other
Can you provide more detail about the flooring? Both the bathroom and the bedroom. Are the floors in the bedroom pre-finished or installed and then finished? Thank you!
What paint color are the walls in the bathroom?
The wood floors are installed and finished on site. The bathroom floor is an unglazed porcelain 1" hex tile that is no longer available. Dal tile makes a similar tile.
Bathroom..but lower mirrors so they can see.
dig the blue paint + white hex tile + white vanity.
floor plan with shed dormer roofline
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
I would like to know the following: type of tile, size of tile, color of the tile and grout information?
Love the floor lamps over the night stands! Where can they be purchased
mexican tile. Would you mind sharing the paint color of walls, trim and ceiling? I just bought a small apt. with the same floors and would like to achieve this look. Many thanks.
type of tile, size of tile, color of the tile and grout information?
Great flooring for a bedroom... quite a different look!
d red tile. Wall-to-wall carpeting can feel stiflingly hot in summer. Imagine instead stepping out onto cool Spanish-style tile. In cooler months, you can layer up with area rugs, then strip them off again come summer.