on a "rustic" bathroom with herringbone tile detail, inset mirror and grasscloth wallpaper, wall faucet in antiqued bronze. Curtis Martin Photography.
in this bathroom - the texture doesn't read too well in the photo, but is fantastic in person. The color of wallpaper is called Manila Hemp, and is very creamy and neutral. I hope this helps, and thank you again for your patience!
Given the rustic nature of this bath, the homeowner is obviously continuing the theme with the old tub as the sink. Its a challenge to find something like this, but if you are patient & speak with many of the suggested vendors you may find it. Remember you'll need at least 33" clearance for your toilet
I just got my hands on a ton of this rusted metal. Cant wait to use it in my Kitchen. Question is how do you make the air vents look rustic too and how do you attach them?
I plan to do a curbless shower similar to this is an old house I'm renovating. The Bath will be made from an 8.5' x 9.5' room and will also include stacked washer/dryer. I want to put the shower in the corner with no additional walls. Your picture here shows a linear drain - and no
in the bathroom? and have you ever installed it on walls, if so how?
Thank you very much for your time.
This bathroom, which serves two bedrooms, is full of reclaimed items. "The tile in the shower is a ceramic, digitally imprinted to look like barn wood. The sink is a wooden bowl that I bought for $30, and the brick is from a house demo we did in Hawkins at a hunting and fishing club that was built in