1 no drilling required shower door handle Contemporary Powder Room Design Photos

W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
Powder Room
same shop. Quartz waterfall counters were installed with all-new flooring, LED light fixtures, plumbing fixtures and appliances. A new sliding pocket door provides access from the dining room to the powder room as well as to the backyard. A new tankless toilet as well as new finishes on floor, walls and
Purist® Two Handle Wall Mount Faucet
one of my favorite bathrooms ever. The oversize tile is installed flawlessly. The tile for the shower controls was drilled for the plumbing fixture and mitered along the long edge (the bottom of the tile) to meet the tile on the top of the niche. So much effort for just one tile, but this look is worth
didn't need any drilling — every fixture hole is set over a grout joint. This tends to be the easiest approach for sink fixture installations like this, since you need to make only a semicircle cut in each tile. This can be done with a blade, rather than a drill.
“sink” — claraac1
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