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Contemporary with warmth and comfort. This condo, located in a delightfully busy San Francisco neighborhood needed a total renovation of the existing space.
Applegate Tran InteriorsApplegate Tran Interiors
original layout with the bath tub and toilet on one side of the room and a wall length cabinet with a sink on the opposite wall was adequate but uninteresting. The finishes were uninviting. A portion of an adjacent closet was taken over to enlarge the space. The toilet was moved into the new space allowing
A residence built on an undeveloped 5,000 sf infill lot that slopes to the east and features a large Star Magnolia tree and views of Mount Hood and the Willamette Valley.
Scott ResidenceScott Edwards Architecture
loving dis toilet a bit too close to bathroom
A cramped and dated kitchen was completely removed. New custom cabinets, built-in wine storage and shelves came from the 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 ceiling make a small powder room feel larger than it is in real life.
Dining RoomW. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
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 ceiling make a small powder room feel larger than it is in real life. Photography: Chris Gaede Photography
Master Bath door with same glue chip glass as toilet window
Casa ParaleaJMA INTERIOR DECORATION
what about something like this for the wall behind the toilet? There is a company that does this and it comes on a roll like wallpaper.
Cabinets on side above door when it's opened. Would work for area above toilet and sink.
This renovation project launched with an immediate bond between designer and client and the shared commitment to create a unique, modern weekend home in the Rocky Mountains. The focus was on the main floor living area. We modernized the existing oak kitchen and gave new life to the corner river rock fireplace by featuring ledgestone running into the ceiling with a custom timber mantel and shelving. The kitchen’s center work island was rotated to create better work and entertaining space and to change the outlook...
SILVERTIP RIDGESticks and Stones Design Group inc.
to match the walls creating a feeling of height and allowing the doors to feature. The ensuite became an oasis of white and grey marble with a sleek toilet and custom shower. Once the renovation was complete, a furniture and accessory package was designed with the clients’ weekend lifestyle in mind.
beach bungalow 8 houzz tourM.A.D. Megan Arquette Design
Master toilet room wallpaper