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Bright Common Architecture & Design
5 Reviews
Swarthmore House
Bathroom tucked under shed dormer with salvaged marble details. The existing ceiling height was 5'-0" so we added a skylight above the sink for headroom. It actually works! Robert Hornak Photography
What are the dimensions of the shower and the total bathroom? Love it
A gem of a bathroom. Love the subway tiles. Clean lines. Simple design. Makes for a pretty picture.
I like the bathroom floor tile.
The architecture used to make this bathroom in attic.
above a kitchen or bathroom on the floor below
2. The most expensive part of an attic bathroom is often the addition of plumbing. To keep these costs down, try to situate fixtures directly above a kitchen or bathroom on the floor below.
“Light colors and high end looking materials.” — socrobin
Joseph Metzler / SALA Architects
5 Reviews
Kirkman Master Bath
Can you design a similar but smaller one for me?
Hi, I am wondering if you might be able to design a similar but much smaller vanity for me - and perhaps Joseph Otto can make it -- but this is for a house
I love you inventive use of space in this bathroom. Any chance you can share the layout? I'd love to see how you worked the tub into this room as well. nettenet@optonline.net
We designed the vanity and it was built by Joe Otto (http://www.houzz.com/pro/doryotto/joseph-otto-enterprises).
We designed the vanity cabinet and it was custom built by the
The tile was nemo 1" unglazed hex C-27 terra cotta, which we got from Tile by Design in Plymouth, MN. Grout was #341 "Brick" from Hydroment.
I like the layout of this bathroom.
“Colin's bath” — Kelli Swartzentruber
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
a house in a garden
about grout stain with hexagon bathroom tiles?
what tile/tile design did you use in the shower?
What brand and kind of floor heater and what size is the bathroom?
What kind of floor heater is that? How wide is this bathroom and how long?
Where did you find the bathroom sink? Looks so nice!
much smaller tiles. Is this a custom tile pattern - because I have seen this in 2 other projects on Houzz, which makes me think it is not a custom design?
I carry a line of door hardware, Nostalgic Warehouse, that offers this design knob and backplate
Sure wish the designers would answer the questions to help us out! Thanks.
Door Knobs for Bedrooms/Bathrooms, Floor Tile for Downstairs Bathroom
like this setup for upstairs bathroom
“Bead board bathroom” — kidder86
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
photo credit: Morgan Howarth design team: designed in partnership with Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath
Kraus White Square Bathroom Vanity Sink
name of the bathroom sink faucet?
Size of total Bathroom Area is how much
thanks ,it wii be useful to design my personal bathroom
Unfortunately, the mirror, the wood plane behind it, and the lights together form a custom designed unit. Its not commercially available.
again beautiful natural tones for the bathroom the tile is a bit dark
Like the mx of more modern elongated tile with plain, clean lines of back. Could use more traditional sink.
“Countertop” — karanhdoshi
Fisher Group LLC
13 Reviews
Bungalow Update
What are the measurements of this bathroom?
And what stain is the wood-cherry? I love this bathroom!!
All of the brown tile you see in this project is by DAL Tile. The shower floor, bathroom floor and wainscot on the wall comes in a variety
variety of standard sizes. The sizes we used are: shower floor: 2" x 6", bathroom floor and wainscot: 13" x 20" and bullnose: 3" x 13". Some cutting was required due to the shape of the bathroom and to accommodate all the corners. We have a professional installer we've worked with for many years who has
Light strip, modern and old fashioned mix.
Good use of smaller bathroom space
something handmade is important to honoring Craftsman history. In this space designer Lauren Lam of the Fisher Group included a single piece of custom drawer hardware on the vanity. “Instead of using accessories to create design feel, we let the materials speak for themselves through wood and personal touches
“Tile colour” — sherrielms
Carisa Mahnken Design Guild
12 Reviews
Bathroom1 Hill House
I would appreciate information on any products used in this bathroom (tile, medicine cabinet, wood species used, stain color etc) as I would like to recreate this look in my new Craftsman style house. Thanks!
Thank you! This bathroom is stunning! I love it!
This poster is correct. These are the neo-venitian. This question was answered previously--I wish that Houzz would re-design the layout of the page so that you can easily see the answers that have been logged previously about the picture. I get so many of the same questions
At first I thought the sinks might be by Porcher, as they have a distinctive overflow. However, the question has been previously answered by the designer as follows: These are the St. Thomas Neo Ventian, link to the product manufacturer is below. http://www.stthomascreations.com/Products/productDetail
“Like the sinks but practical?” — sherrielms
Porchfront Homes
Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired House
What material is used for the bathroom floor?
fresh. I just think good design in general mixes textures, periods and proportions, but makes them all work together.”
Steury applied a sandy color to the concrete microtopping in the master bathroom. It, along
I did 10 or 15 years ago still look fresh. I just think good design in general mixes textures, periods and proportions, but makes them all work together.”
Steury applied a sandy color to the concrete microtopping in the master bathroom. It, along with aquamarine glass tiles and a bluish glass vessel
4. Mix lines and textures“Clean lines” is not something you’ll hear used to describe an eclectic bathroom. Instead, straight lines are found right alongside curvy ones. Square pieces share the limelight with circular ones.The same goes for textures. For every smooth
“Amma bathtub” — BainUltra
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Bathroom in a hundred year old house. Photographer: John Wilbanks Interior Designer: Kathryn Tegreene
I got it from an Architectural Salvage yard and had it re-coated with enamel and the faucet holes modified to take a modern faucet. It was made by either the American Sink company or the Standard sink company, which is today known as American Standard. It was made in the late 1800's or early 1900's and
tongue and groove wall and design
small bathroom - nice cabinets and marble top vanity
Color for boys bathroom with wainscoating
“Color” — mschroff
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