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Green Apple Design
Very nice..easy space for both husband and wife..
Walk through closets, colors are great, do NOT like split sinks though.
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Desert Meets The Bay With Style
comfy sofa and flat screen T.V. Kitchen includes gas cook top, large double ovens, dual dishwashers, spectacular views and easy access to the garage. Master bedroom has walk-in closets, oversize shower and romantic spa-tub with views and fireplace. All day sun completes this special property that connects
Paneled walls in Iceberg 2122-50 reflect in the mirrored flecks of the Silestone® White Platinum backsplash while the...
Design the Hall-Way
This powder room was added on in a space that was previously a walk-in closet in a guest bedroom. The floor is pebble laid on a 12x12 mesh backing. The walls are slate with bronze and glass accents. I found the mirror at an antique mart for about twenty dollars. It was the perfect shape with the vessel
Powder room - fun to go busy and over the top in a small space! Easy fix to cover outdated wallpaper. Movie Stars? Family pets in B&W? Childhood photos?
Grace Designs Dallas
walls were mudded to a level 5, honey onyx was laid, then my job began. all wood work and cabinetry were painted and glazed.The vanities and linen closet have specialty finishes using Modello patterns, metallic plasters, and glazes. All the pulls are embedded with mother-of-pearl. The ceiling was multiple
using Venetian metallic plaster. the walls are in a soft blue Marmorino Italian plaster with embedded Modello patterns in every arch way. The water closet walls are in a deeper blue Venetian plaster. The shutters that flank the window above the bathtub, were totally striped of existing glass, Bomar wood
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
Centered Bath tub.
mirror closet doors
mirror on closets
Jeffery M Wolf General Contractor, Inc.
Tierra Verde Remodel
We remodeled the existing master bathroom and added the new structure for a master closet (through the doorway on the left). Frank Baptie Photography