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Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Chestnut Street Bathroom
Love the bathroom paint color. What is it?
A more traditional style also commands attention when placed in the center of the bathroom.
Chestnut Street Bathroom
Cabinets in bathroom
cut corner tiles bathroom floor
Ultra Modern Bathroom
bathroom storage...bathroom cabinetry...Cool bathroom
“Counter top floor cabinet” — sharonfuerman2
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
Traditional Bathroom
Traditional Bathroom
custom bathroom design
wainscot in bathroom
Marble bathroom floor tiles
blue guest bathroom...guest bathroom...bathroom paint...Becky's bathroom...Bathroom color
“Floor pattern” — runher
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
Love this bathroom. Flooring and vanity are fabulou.
The wall sconces in this bathroom are the Siena single light wall sconce in polished nickel by Visual Comfort.
Love the natural looking cabinets for the guest bathroom... Butternut wood
Love the feel of this bathroom. Love the tile on the floor/color of vanity/vanity top, etc.
“Looks like old wood” — laurieb1959
Lindy Donnelly
5 Reviews
Lindy Donnelly
Can i have wood bathroom wainscoting?
Bathroom color scheme is like mine!
selection of pieces from base tiles, chair rails, corner pieces and even curved tiles used to form the arch. There 19 different types of tile in this bathroom. Rather than using one uniform color, I used a range of soft hues within the same palette. The focal point of the room is the arched tub area."
“Tub” — caylortaylor
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency State
In the same home, a classic bathroom receives a modern update with a fresh, geometric bamboo print.
Designer Elizabeth Dinkel nails it every time. Layering a Greek key-style mirror over a bamboo motif wallpaper creates a pattern on a pattern, making this bathroom even more special.
This powder bathroom and the following are designed by Elizabeth Dinkel (as are two others in this Ideabook), and share a lot of common elements. Each is light, fresh
furnishings will also do the trick. As always, scale is everything. Try a mirror with a smaller-scale Greek key pattern with this green bamboo paper for a bathroom that is both funky and fresh.
If you are feeling up for a bigger bathroom project, wallpaper is a fabulous way to make a big style statement. I adore this funky geometric print in lime green paired with a white mirror.
“Fretwork or lattice wallpaper is a mainstay of Palm Beach interiors; for mirrors, you can’t go wro” — seaside13
Redbud Construction Services
6 Reviews
Ridner Master Bathroom
Vanities and mirrors, layout for upstairs bathroom
I think this for master bathroom
Guest bathroom? Not quite cozy enough for the master.
For The kids bathroom
love love this bathroom!!!!!!
Pretty white bathroom; beautiful mirrors.
Ridner Master Bathroom
Sofia's bathroom...Bathroom vanities...girl's bathroom...bsmt bathroom
“kids bath -” — eikel
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Bathroom Plumbing Fexture finish- Polished chrome or Polished Nickel?
Beautiful bathroom!! What is the finish of the tub filler? Thank you
I like the look of a double framed mirror over our bathroom sinks
floors in bathrooms, add rugs
Bathroom mirrors and storage units
Master Bathroom...Classic bathroom 1...kids bathroom...Bathroom vanity...Master Bathroom
“Master” — manny001
Alan Design Studio
3 Reviews
Winnetka Residence
Hi - I LOVE the MOP tile - they are gorgeous. In fact your picture here inspired me to get MOP for my bathroom too. I am about to have them installed and am starting to worry a bit. My contractor thinks that they may tend to pop out later on due to how little
The wallpaper! A girls bathroom for sure
jewel box of a bathroom. Tiles are like capiz shells or mother of pearl. Love the art deco style sconces and etched glass mirror.
a place in your home — from the entry to the bathroom, there's not a room in the house that couldn't use one.
These seashell or mother-of-pearl penny tiles installed on the lower half of the wall add a delicate femininity to this traditional bathroom. One consideration when installing penny tiles
“placement of mirrior” — williamarthur
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