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Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Love that dog! Where can I get one??
allow for a non-permanent splash of any color
Love the subtle pattern and colors. No dog.
Wallpaper idea for dnstairs barh
Note back of granite
Cornice for bathroom
vanity for hannah...Love the dog...The dog...Dog statue n bath...NOT THE DOG...dog sculpture
Corian® Rosemary Shower
thanks for the question. This is not stone. It's DuPont™ Corian® - the color is Rosemary, which is a Private Collection color. Private Collection colors have random veining and look spectacular in the bath - Corian® is also very easy to clean and won't promote the growth of mold, mildew or bacteria. If
information for the Corian® distributor, who can put you in touch with a local Corian® Fabricator.
a huge yard to create a unique garden feature. A narrow stretch of yard on the side of a house could be planted with bamboo for privacy, and opened up to the bath with a wall of glass. For more flexible privacy, consider adding sliding shoji screens.
material for the walls and flooring of shower, and having shower for two people. This would be a great space to give our dog a bath as well!
In Detail Interiors
Typical ranch bath: Transformed!
there appears to be a tub/shower across from the vanity but hard to tell. i have a long narrow master bath we want to remodel - 6' x 13' - looking for layout ideas. thanks!
our shop for additional information: 850 437 0636 and it can be drop shipped. Thank you
Rodriguez Blue Dog art widely popular in the 1990s? It still works today as a punchy pop-art collectors' piece in modern spaces.
dSPACE Studio Ltd
were used for the shower, particularly the strip?
Just curious how you created that light strip along the back wall. Looks very cool.
renovation for my master suite. Bedroom bathroom and closet. I am taking down all the interior walls and starting over. I need a professional to help me with the design process so I have drawings to give to my local builder and suppliers. How would I go about getting the team who designed this space?
and ask for Kevin. Thanks for your question and good luck with your project. dSPACE Studio's portfolio of work can been seen at www.dspacestudio.com
@Madzech We would be more than happy to help design this bathroom for you. Feel free to give me a call at 480-650-0223 or email me at VinceFrata@gmail
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
Small Space Bathroom
sliders to yard with pool and there is also a half bath so there would be a lot of foot traffic. I was testing paint colors and we may paint it Nantucket gray which is a green from Ben Moore but am totally open for suggestions Does anyone have any decorating tips for me.?? I would appreciate it so much!
tile used for the wall and the floor?
position for 12x24 in a small bath? vertical/horizontal?
thank you for all the time you took to answer questions..this is my perfect bathroom! thank you!
Thanks for posting and for all the info!
Its an awesome deign for low space....:)
Sounds wonderful! Thanks for all the info! :)
taken back by its simplicity and beauty i didn't think of your wise question. on reflection i myself would consider making it a swing door with strong but discreet hinges as not to loss the simplicity. thanks for your question. i would have created the half glass and then kicked myself for not seeing
Grace Home Design, Inc.
Modern kid's bathroom - Grace Home Design
glass tile back splash. hardward on vanity is great. darker wood and change blue to browns and neutrals!
love tiles and countertop for kid bathroom
Love this for fun kids bath
The color of countertop is different, nice for kids
very cool countertop and could go for both girls and boys
website for ideas- counter for island in basement, or anywhere, bathrooms etc
take much for a duck to be funny; ducks are at the top of my list of funny animals, right along with monkeys. Also, lemurs and meerkats. Also cats. And dogs. Parrots and turtles are funny too. Heck, most animals are funny, but there's something about ducks — their silly quacks, awkward way of walking and
A House With Zip!
client’s plea for the re-creation of their existing 1989 home. It was time for a comprehensive renovation and expansion to the blah and maze-like 3660 SF, two story house. Chief complaints included: Too compartmentalized, too cramped, cannot entertain, no office for “millions of papers”, no accessible guest
suite for aging parents, kids outgrowing their rooms, dated kitchen and baths, forgotten back yard, uninviting front entry. The house also flooded on occasion. In response to these challenges, all existing spaces were updated, enlarged, and opened, and a new home office and guest suite were created
xeriscaped yards include berms and an arroyo to intercept and redirect pesky floodwaters. The finished home integrates two themes: regional rustic charm on the exterior and comfortable contemporary cool [zip!] on the interior. Design: Mark Lind Project Management: Jon Strain Photography: Paul Finkel, 2012