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240 Kemper bathroom Rustic Kitchen Design Photos
Bob Greenspan Photography
Rocky Mountain Retreat
Love this for country/rustic/prim bathroom. May have to check this out for one of my bathrooms in new house!
absolutely love this type of sink for bathroom???
Colors. Red cabinet combined w slate floors and white sink/subway tiles in kids bathroom
cool bathroom sink
Dungan Nequette Architects
video & website- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/27094077/thumbs/Black-Kitchen-Windows http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/27095811/thumbs/Bronze---Steel-Bathroom-Window-Ideas http://www.houzz.com/projects/152134/Renaissance-Solid-Bronze-Windows---Doors-by-Progressive-Solutions http://www.houzz.com/ideabook
Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
rustic bathroom with multi slab uses
Interesting countertops; I'd like in bathroom more than kitchen
Decor & You Colorado
Louis & Company Showroom
perfect touch! Let us know if we can get you and samples for comparison! http://www.houzz.com/photos/14214382/Polished-Mixed-River-Pebble-Tile-modern-bathroom-tile
Stones for bathroom in dark grey/black
Rustic Modern Kitchen
This tin in basement or a bathroom?
Traditional Log Homes Ltd
Kitchen ideas for log homes
"Old World Vanilla Wash" finish. Had to go into the archives for that one! The main bathroom had "Frosty White Lacquer" with "impossible Brown" antiquing finish. Thought I'd make a pre-emptive strike just in case you sent me down to the dusty
Sorry, that's it for the kitchen. We used "Acacia" in the master bathroom with the Shaker cabinets. The farmhouse sink is solid Black Granite from "Natural Stone" out of Seattle. It also works well with the Kashmir Gold
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Okanagan Log Home
cabinets floor for guest bathroom, laundry room, master bathroom?
Arkin Tilt Architects
Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin kitchen
The smaller portion of the cabin is oriented toward the south for the roof's solar panels. This section has an entry, a mudroom and a bathroom.The larger portion of the cabin steps down from the entryway into a great room with large windows that open up to maximize passive solar gain.Photography by Eric