5 loft bed Transitional Bath Design Photos

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Davida's Kitchen & Tiles
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Tranquil Spa
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see-through fireplace for master bath and bed
“like the blinds!!!” — jcj2472
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
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Kopachuck Residence - Master Suite
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show piece is definitely the 150 year old reclaimed jarrah wood used on the bed wall. The gray tones coordinate beautifully with all the warmth from the
cantilevered concrete hearth adds depth to the sleek steel. Opposite the bed is a fir 18' wide bifold door, allowing my outdoor-loving clients to feel
sinks and a low profile contemporary design. The soaking tub is sunk into a bed of Mexican beach pebbles and clad in reclaimed jarrah and steel. The custom
“but reverse placement” — icelandop
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
12 Reviews
Kopachuck Residence - Master Suite
Ideabooks53
Questions0
show piece is definitely the 150 year old reclaimed jarrah wood used on the bed wall. The gray tones coordinate beautifully with all the warmth from the
cantilevered concrete hearth adds depth to the sleek steel. Opposite the bed is a fir 18' wide bifold door, allowing my outdoor-loving clients to feel
sinks and a low profile contemporary design. The soaking tub is sunk into a bed of Mexican beach pebbles and clad in reclaimed jarrah and steel. The custom
“Steel and ceramic” — John Jasinski
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
12 Reviews
Kopachuck Residence - Master Suite
Ideabooks30
Questions0
show piece is definitely the 150 year old reclaimed jarrah wood used on the bed wall. The gray tones coordinate beautifully with all the warmth from the
cantilevered concrete hearth adds depth to the sleek steel. Opposite the bed is a fir 18' wide bifold door, allowing my outdoor-loving clients to feel
sinks and a low profile contemporary design. The soaking tub is sunk into a bed of Mexican beach pebbles and clad in reclaimed jarrah and steel. The custom
“cabinets?” — icelandop
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
12 Reviews
Kopachuck Residence - Master Suite
Ideabooks53
Questions0
show piece is definitely the 150 year old reclaimed jarrah wood used on the bed wall. The gray tones coordinate beautifully with all the warmth from the
cantilevered concrete hearth adds depth to the sleek steel. Opposite the bed is a fir 18' wide bifold door, allowing my outdoor-loving clients to feel
sinks and a low profile contemporary design. The soaking tub is sunk into a bed of Mexican beach pebbles and clad in reclaimed jarrah and steel. The custom
“Sink” — dkpol
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