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Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Ideabooks98,525
Questions37
Could I see the rest of the bathroom to see what colors you used? Tnx.
I like the brown and the "spa" feel it creates. What are the colors used for the vanity cabinet and top as well as the sink)? Is the brown paint used on all bathroom walls? Thank you so much in advance.
Hello, the entire bathroom is just AWESOME, but I especially love the pebble flooring.....is that a tile, or have you set the pebbles in by hand and if so, how do you accomplish
day, I hope to have a bathroom as beautiful as this one. Nice design. www.zenparadise.net
The tub is from Zuma Collection....see link for specs: http://www.zumacollection.com/details.php?s_product_model=&s_product_shape=Freestanding&s_product_length=&s_product_width=&s_product_height=&pid=416
“The waterfall view outside” — beaoliva
ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks290K
Questions81
Hi.. Can I know the square footage of the entire bathroom?
We plan on getting a new full bathroom built and I loved the whole concept here. Please tell me how big is the entire bathroom. Thanx a lot.
Would you kindly tell me who makes the vanity in the bathroom? Thank you!
Hello, bathroom is beautiful. what is the name of the rain head/shower
Hi, what tile or material did you use to create the little ledges for the products? I like the way they don't go side to side.
the hop mop material folds over from the sunken floor to the regular floor to avoid a small "hump" where the bathroom floor tile flows into the shower floor tile?
There are many ways to find an interior designer. One way may be to contact a local chapter of ASID for names, or browse their website for tips, info, and referrals. Other ideas would be to check with retail outlets (such as bathroom fixtures showrooms)
“Baterie Ingopata” — mariusbrinzac
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks10,845
Questions17
searching for a concealed grid ceiling for our condo bathroom. Hoping for a seamless, modern look. Ceiling tile should be demountable in case of a leak from unit above ours. is there such a thing for a residence? Would be grateful for name of product and source. Thx!
Any chance you know the bathroom dimensions?
Tub looks small and we need small tub for size of our bathroom were renovating. What size?
I have looked for: The sink and vanity used in this bathroom is by Burgbad Crono. Unfortunately I cannot find THE sink. Do you have a model name?
Davismom3, The floor in this bathroom (and throughout the lower floor of the home) is white resin. Thank you, Caitlin
Actually, the tile in this bathroom is from Heath Ceramics. I had answered someone's question incorrectly previously. Thank you! Caitlin Carr Studio Schicketanz ccarr@studioschicketanz.com
“Small bathroom ideas” — ashleywilliams92
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks2,258
Questions2
All interior floor & atrium tile is “Fabrique Noir” charcoal gray porcelain by Daltile, 24x24, designed for interior & exterior use. http://products.daltile.com/series.cfm?series=228&type=porcelain Available as a very budget-friendly price of $3.79 / sq. ft online (East Bay): http://www.qualityflooring4less
Vanity & sink are “Lillangen” by Ikea (2013) $95 http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S09894062/ (though it comes with a wall bracket, the "Lillangen" cabinet was a more practical option) Faucet is “Lundskar” by Ikea
are “Lillangen” by Ikea (2013) $95 http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S09894062/ (though it comes with a wall bracket, the "Lillangen" cabinet was a more practical option) Faucet is “Lundskar” by Ikea”
“shelf” — jenga1234
CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc.
4 Reviews
Golden Valley Mid Century Remodel
Ideabooks38,773
Questions9
Beautiful bathroom, great use of space. Can you please tell me what is the width of this bathroom? Thanks a lot.
The tub is a Duravit Starck link here http://www.duravit.us/website/homepage/products/product_overview/series/starck_tubsshower_trays.us-en.html/p-550203
Really cool bathroom with skylight windows. Great use of space.
clever window ideas above the bathroom.
“Vanity” — beckerdamm
H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
Ideabooks1,984
Questions2
Lets copy this for the guest bathroom showers. I have a great 12" x 24" white tile option and then we can choose something fun for the strip
Shower door for kids bathroom and vanity for guest bathroom
Large 12- by 25-inch white porcelain tile in a contemporary stacked pattern establishes a clean aesthetic in the guest bathroom. A shampoo niche extends across the entire shower wall and has LED lighting.
“Accent Color” — ronniedoo63
CCI Renovations
8 Reviews
Canterbury
Ideabooks1,300
Questions5
Hi. Fantastic bathroom! It's hard to find a really sleek, good-looking, yet simple towel bar. Do you know what brand/line it is? Thanks.
Hi - the towel bar is an Aqua brass 8603PC (Polished Chrome) 24"towel bar. Thanks for your comments on the bathroom - it takes a courageous client to be able to have the permission to do something as bold as we did here - luckily they loved orange!
The tub deck and apron are a quartz product from Diresco - Pure White A250, the floor is from Stonetile - a Hanger White Porcelain 18 x 36 (with Snow White Grout).
something warm in one of the bathrooms for a change and to spice it up.
comments on the bathroom - it takes a courageous client to be able to have the permission to do something as bold as we did here - luckily they loved orange!
“Wall” — cadescloux
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
More Than Half a Bath
Ideabooks6,140
Questions8
ss-Vessel-Sink/6574777/product.html again Overstock, brushed is not available. But chrome is... http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Kohler-K-T14412-4-CP-Polished-Chrome-Purist-Two-Handle-Wall-Mount-Lavatory-Faucet-Trim-With-6-90-Degree-Angle-Spout-And-Lever/5598893/product.html
Desk made into a bathroom cabinet
Turn of the century bathrooms often had hexagonal mesh tiles for the floor. This is a neat play on the theme. The rest of the bath is nothing exciting, but there is a twist to it that feels share-worthy. H: don't like the tile
“Tiles” — Dean Phatcat
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