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ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
slippery by nature since they have very smooth surface compared to other tiles , i know one idea to fight it is to use the smalles size possible and also textured glass tiles and one other thing i know is to use sanded grout do you have other tips you can give me ? and how is the surface of your glass tiles
One of the showers is small, with the opening about 34 inches. The other is much larger, but I do not want it to reach from one end to the other, just as it is pictured here.
Great shower...love the shower door option. Haven't seen any others like this.
I' sorry, I noticed that you listed this information in other answers so I have most of the information except for the color of the small mosaic floor tile. And would also love to know if you did come across a
“shower/bath” — Marcelo Lopez
4 Reviews
Golden Valley Mid Century Remodel
In a well-lit room at night, a skylight will appear black, just like other windows. Shades and screening devices can minimize the black hole effect; so can uplighting. If your skylight is etched, as discussed previously, casting some light on it will scatter and diffuse light around the entire space
“general modern sort of theme. The wood is cool. The white is cool.” — amistiebrooke
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Butterfly Beach Villa
We like the way one door swings out like a regular door and the other doors fold back.
One door swings open two other accordion.
“que uso tiene ese patio de piedras???????????” — gusxed
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Hello! The other view of the bathroom is on our profile as well: http://www.houzz.com/photos/2370670/Brentwood---Sullivan-Canyon-midcentury-bathroom-los-angeles
the tub area / around the window to create a spa like feeling - if you like this then we should chose a monitone tile for the shower area - see the other picture
“Love” — ivoryj909
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Mercer Island - Midcentury Modern
Dark wood and oak floor work with other parts of house; very minimal tile!
“beam ceiling” — dac023
Gravitas, Inc.
19 Reviews
Mid Century Remodel
Using Gray and a different color such as white or other... wold still like diamond pattern and border with this style
“flooring and sinks” — Hayley Dziak
Mediterraneo Design Build, Inc.
1 Review
Menlo Park Eichler Addition/Remodel
I like the floor in here. I'm not sure if an accent of some sort running through it (like the large pebbles in one of my other tagged photos) would be appropriate? Still this is nice.
“I like the floor in here. I'm not sure if an accent of some sort running through it (like the large” — David Vasquez
SHED Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Mid Century Flat Remodel
Natural wood finishes go with other parts of house; simple lines
“I like this overall look. Not too modern, not too industrial, almost Scandinavian.” — johns82
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