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Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
Ideabooks4,231
Questions6
Alcatraz became a federal prison in 1934, and remained one until 1963. Many of the prisoners landed on The Rock because they had caused problems in other prisons. Quite a few famous gangsters, including Al Capone and Whitey Bulger, did stints on The Rock. Lucky for Whitey, it's no longer a prison.
“Dark color countertop with dark cabinet” — Thuy Nguyen
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
Ideabooks1,081
Questions2
This round tub is so friendly that it's invited its friends the Panton chairs over for dinner. Other than that, I'm having a little trouble figuring out what's happening here.
“For me with an orchid design on wall or feminine vanity so far best tub” — Udishiri Ohayon
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
Ideabooks9,604
Questions10
the sprayers but won't get in the way when you're standing. This is great for universal design, leg shaving and within-reach storage of shampoos and other products.
“Nice bath shower” — alendof
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
red bench and pebble niche
Ideabooks7,070
Questions7
Great use of pebble tile here! Love the space! http://www.houzz.com/photos/3278072/Charcoal-Black-Pebble-Tile-contemporary-bathroom-tile-other-metro
design. The use of glass in this niche makes for a subtler look.Tip: Glass is usually affordable. But make sure you order your niche shelving with other glass items to get the most bang for your buck. If you're using three shelves in a niche, ask your contractor to order four. It's always nice to have
“Glass shelves” — raeanneshuman
Oceanside Glasstile
9 Reviews
Private Residence, Newport Beach CA
Ideabooks7,445
Questions7
Novahoover, it would be super helpful to understand the other components that you are blending in your space, and the style or feel that you are trying to achieve. Any chance you can snap a shot?
of cool blue Mediterranean waters, perfect for taking a long, relaxing soak. With such a strong decorative element on the wall, the room needs no other artwork or bold color to enhance it.
“tiles” — jaymericky
A Collaborative Design Group
5 Reviews
Modern Tranquility
Ideabooks6,167
Questions9
We are using this tub in our master bath and are looking for a tub filler. Who makes this one and do you have any other details? Thanks
for living rooms. A built-in fireplace provides a relaxing view from the tub as well as handy heating for when it’s time to get out. Here are some other ways to warm up your bathroom decor
“Gas FP visible from Master bedroom and bathroom!” — bswinnick
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Interior Vignettes
Ideabooks1,026
Questions1
be, how the materials can elevate and support each other in both simple and complex ways. Why this marriage works: When used together in ways that highlight their natural properties, wood (light, warm) and stone (massive, neutral) each enrich the other.
powder room, but I'm drawn to the narrow mirror. The strikingly slender proportion of the mirror connects it to other parts of the house — the firewood storage, the narrow doors set into the other side of the fireplace, the walnut panels, the barn door, even the pool if we turn it vertically — creating an
be, how the materials can elevate and support each other in both simple and complex ways.Why this marriage works: When used together in ways that highlight their natural properties, wood (light, warm) and stone (massive, neutral) each enrich the other.
“Sink” — shankarappa
Min | Day Architects
House on Lake Okoboji
Ideabooks513
Questions2
I think it illustrates how to successfully pull it off — by keeping the design and decoration minimalist. You could add some art and accessories in other colors to break up the orange, but I would still keep them very simple.
“Red bathroom” — shankarappa
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