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Hi! I love this rug in the bathroom! Do you remember where you purchased it? Thank you!
I don't know where they got it, but it is plentiful on eBay. It is called Basketweave.
should WE tile all the way around the bathtub, to the mirror ? so it is like the shower and the bathtub and all at that end of the ensuite is tile wall (but not do ceiling outside of shower ? hmm ...
not to much color pattern on window wall. like it.
All white, good light, purple flowers
all free standing tubs look better with a window above it
marble tiles seems to soar above this bathtub and mimics the arch of the window below. Note the size variations of the tile on the wall and ceiling, all different variations of Bianco Carrara marble.
The Sky is the Limit Design
White Marble Bathroom
Love the mirrored framed mirror. Where did you find it?
could you please tell me where to find the mirror? it's beautiful!
did not want to go all white?
I can't remember what the paint was, but I can tell you that I had a VERY hard time finding a suitable hue. For sure it was one of Behr's off whites ( I find behr to have a superior selection of off white...), and it had a slightly blue tone to it. The problem in this
All the marble and the white tiles on the wall
All white, subway tile and marbke
another example of the tile running half the wall the floors all in marble would be too pricey
needham studio - dphj.01
Please tell me where you purchased this stone? Love it!
Love what you have created here...it is enchanting!
are considering the stone for an interior fireplace facade, it may be best to have a fairly large wall surface to be able to show off the stone. Not all stones are as large as in this photo, but the interior of the fireplace will show off best with a larger area incorporating the stone around the firebox
Thank you ....could you please give me the name of company the stone was purchased from? Thanks again ...it is really beautiful!
the stone. Not all stones are as large as in this photo, but the interior of the fireplace will show off best with a larger area incorporating the stone around the firebox.
Dungan Nequette Architects
sheetrock in the whole house, the garage is even all wood. One delightful zinger occurred at the tower stairwell, where we took a break from all the wood and designed a series of custom steel panels. This house is one where you just wonder through it, the light comes at you from unexpected places, almost
create a throw-back house but with all the modern day bells and whistles. The idea of a house that was only “one rood deep” so that light came in on two or three sides resulted in a great courtyard surrounded by structure. The interiors became a study in wood detailing when we decided to have no sheetrock
So beautiful.. Love the dark cantilevered two story bump out. Looked at all the photos, and the patio is so welcoming.
Bruce Kading Interior Design
Candlesticks and also the basket on sofa table with fruit in it.
Detail around wood burning stove
Fireplace mantel all sides
I like it all!
It was fun to design and build, and the clients were a gas. The brackets, spindles, etc. are all off-the-shelf from Vintage Woodworks - www.vintagewoodworks.com The best thing? Except for the spandrels, all parts are no-maintenance/rot-free (polyurethane, AZEK, etc.)
I can't stand this one, but customer probably likes it.
the colors on the trims, red, green, white, cream, tan....so many on the scale, you can't keep up with them. But they are all complimentary.
Nifelle Design - Fine Interiors
Divine paint was available at Benjamin Moore stores; then it was Miller Paint for many years and now it's Rodda's in the NW, Lowe's for the rest of the country.
The draperies in this home are all custom made by our local workroom and are installed with custom iron hardware. The roman shades are also
you, we love it as well! This is a custom, hand-knotted wool rug that has also been hand sheared for the interesting "high-low" texture. Due to the detailed nature of these rugs, the lead time is approximately 9-12 months. If you are interested in learning more, please feel free to contact us by email
floorplan; not the carpet at all