11,287 Eclectic Bathroom Design Photos

Stephanie Duerden
Geologie Incense and Copper Quartz Slate
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“tile” — Peggy Printz
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Design Patchwork floor tiles by LUXURYSTYLE.ES from luxury tiles as contemporary floor tiles for luxury interior in mediterranean style. Fantastic design patchwork floor tiles from luxury tiles with historical charm as contemporary floor tiles for luxury interior in mediterranean style. Elegant contemporary floor tiles as design patchwork floor tiles by old spanish luxury tile...More
“floor” — blackbishop
Tradewinds General Contracting, Inc.
2 Reviews
The Manhattan
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“vanity suspendido” — Mercedita Monserrate
Stephanie Duerden
Oceanside Glass Tile Geologie Tessera 1"x 1" in Copper Tone blend
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Oceanside is a glass tile provider that uses recycled glass that would otherwise end up in landfills, to create stunningly beautiful, decorative glass tile. Such a sexy sleek look to any back splash in any room or bathroom.
“oceanside” — babspen
RDM General Contractors
2 Reviews
Traditional Homes
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“lava manos en cristal” — Mercedita Monserrate
R. D. Sherrill
4 Reviews
Orinda Bath
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“shower enclosure” — Hildre Design
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Stephanie's House (first floor)
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The conversion of this historic Victorian carriage house (a City of LA Monument) involved the remodel of this first floor bathroom (tucked under the existing stair). The first floor was originally clad in douglas fir siding, so the bathroom continues this language throughout. The existing wood siding was retained, new wood added where the walls were new, the original 2x4 redw...More
“Stainless steel toilet” — whannah
Kara Mosher
My Houzz: An Art-Filled Austin Home Has Something to Add
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