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186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
17 Reviews
Contemporary Shower
Ideabooks99,541
Questions51
Modern Master Bathroom with floating bench and illuminated shower niche Architect: Tom Cole Interior Designer: Robyn Scott www.rsidesigns.com Photographer: Teri Fotheringham Keywords: Lighting, Lighting Design, Master Bath, Master Bath Lighting, Shower Light, Shower Lights, Shower Lighting, Bath
in the reno stage of doing two full bathrooms
I have never commented on a post before, but as a few others have posted, this is a dream bathroom, and I could not go past this picture and not say "Wow!" A work of art...architecture at its finest.
Thank you for the rest of the pics, of the full bathroom, got a clearer picture . Absolutely amazing , love the wood combo . awesome job!!
It is a Boffi Fixture. Let me know if you are interested in a fabulous bathroom design!
“Wall” — nurse60
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
11 Reviews
Bosque Residence
Ideabooks2,399
Questions3
works: McGee points out that using concrete works on more than just an aesthetic level, as it keeps space temperatures stable and helps save energy. Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways
works: McGee points out that using concrete works on more than just an aesthetic level, as it keeps space temperatures stable and helps save energy. Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways
in a mix of Antique Amber and Padre Brown. The concrete was then sealed twice, once using Kure-N-Seal, then with an acrylic sealer that acts as a wax.Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways
“Colors” — stewartandmaura
Rasmussen Construction
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Residence
Ideabooks3,254
Questions2
Of course, privacy is always important in a bathroom. Unlike other rooms, bathroom window treatments need to let in natural light while keeping prying eyes out. Sheer blinds are a practical option, while opaque film is a cost-effective solution. Tip: If you have the space for a luxurious bath under
Of course, privacy is always important in a bathroom. Unlike other rooms, bathroom window treatments need to let in natural light while keeping prying eyes out. Sheer blinds are a practical option, while opaque film is a cost-effective solution.Tip: If you have the space for a luxurious bath under a
a window like this one, install window shades with a top-down option to let light in without sacrificing privacy.12 Bathroom Windows That Reveal Only the Views
“wood” — jarisman
Peace Design
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks20,964
Questions9
Faux fireplace in bathroom for spa like effect
Wow. Great idea for a large bathroom like at Wye River
would be great to have a fireplace that joins a master bedroom and bathroom
ceiling transport this bathroom to another time and place. A rustic chandelier and simple tub complete the old-world feel.Tip: The fireplace ledge here is also a functional place for a glass of wine, candles or bathing supplies.
There’s nothing like a dramatic stone wall in a bathroom — especially if it
pendant from Circa Lighting, and you’ve got an irresistibly romantic spot for whiling away the hours.More: Dream Spaces: 14 Fabulous Indoor-Outdoor Bathrooms
“Unique tub” — kristan13
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bath Suite
Ideabooks9,645
Questions2
Modern industrial bathroom which is very metro
ultimate city luxury. This Seattle bathroom has it in spades, even if it is located in a hotel. The bathroom is sleek but references its location through the wooden slat ceiling, flooring under the tub and plaid rug. When was the last time you saw a plaid rug in a bathroom? It is an unexpected, but great
great choice, for this bathroom. And of course there is the view...
“Colors” — xbrscot
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks8,207
Questions13
I love the wall tile in this bathroom. Can you please let me know the brand/style/access information? Thanks, Jill
what is the dimension of this bathroom?
Reminds me of colors in the bathroom
Just a pretty bathroom. Like the palate.
sleek modern bath with all the amenities. Tip: Use stacked stone strategically and in moderation. Too much will overwhelm a room and make it feel heavy.
Enhance the calm. I have an inkling it was hard to feel anything but relaxed in this bathroom even before the stacked limestone went in, but
“Tub shower and brick, color is a bit light” — michellekrack
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Telegraph Hill Residence
Ideabooks12,040
Questions10
Must have towel warmer in both bathrooms
I like the light coming into the bathroom.
gives me an idea how the bath shape looks in a bathroom
9. Plain is good. A completely white bathroom with a super-sleek bathtub and accessories is the pinnacle of the minimalist approach.
Towel warming bars. Toasty towels are a wonderful luxury, especially when the bathroom is chilly.
would make a frequent bather out of anyone. Use the stool for a rolled or unfurled towel, or simply take a seat and relax while you draw yourself a bath.Tip: A single towel rack (instead of a tiered hanging rack like in this picture) would also work in a minimalist bath. Consider dressing up the display by
“Tub fixture” — Charlene Li
Great Spaces!
4 Reviews
The Heglar's Kitchen
Ideabooks190K
Questions348
Hi Jo! Thank you so much for all your great answers and tips for this beautiful kitchen. I am working with a contractor to remodel my kitchen and using your kitchen as a guide. The contractor uses Bridgewood
throughout the house are in ORB. How do I tie that in to the chrome fittings in the kitchen and bathroom. Would it be better to do all the light fittings in ORB or can I do chrome. What about in the bathrooms? I have chrome for all the fixtures and pulls. Again the door hardware is ORB. I'm afraid the
Products "Winter Gray". There are many brands of grout though and all the colors are different. These are glass tiles so always use unsanded grout! Quick Tip- When you have a less textured tile (like glass) use a grout that is slightly darker...it will give the wall more texture from a distance. If you are
“Yup but with brick backsplash I think” — bungy2014
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