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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Hudson Loft, NYC
Otherwise, the top of the glass should reach at least 76 inches (193 centimeters) above the floor. You may want to coordinate the height with the tiles or other wall finishes, or with the height of the windows and doors in the room."
Otherwise, the top of the glass should reach at least 76 inches (193 centimeters) above the floor. You may want to coordinate the height with the tiles or other wall finishes, or with the height of the windows and doors in the room.
Brian Watford ID
etched by acidic materials, such as lemon and certain cleaning products. If you want to use marble in your bathroom, I suggest testing lotions and other bath supplies on samples to see if there's a reaction. For this reason, marble isn't the best choice for children's bathrooms.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
house is the master bathroom, which is graced with the clerestory on the southeast side of the house. The white subway tile and reclaimed wood are other old counterpoints to the modern, floating vanity topped with Carrara marble.
Comfortably Modern Retreat
stone. Wool and sheepskin hold up surprisingly well in damp conditions, but it's best to keep them away from direct contact with drippy toes. On the other side of the room by the sink would be a better choice.• Natural linen shades filter light beautifully and add a textural note.
BASSO HOMES Inc
Winter Park, FL traditional bathroom
Like shower here, open on one side and wall with little window on other. Not interested in the ceiling mounted rain shower head here and in some of the other picks.
White Damask Kohler Tailored Vanity with chrome Kelston faucet. Nothing adds elegance to a bathroom like a...
There’s something about apron-front sinks that hearkens back to a simpler era. These Utilitarian fixtures reflect a...
Debbie Evans Interior Design
Bathrooms - Traditional
Subway tile combined with other tile
White subway tile mixed with other tile
Debbie R. Gualco
other bath fixture
Subway tile the other way