604,266 stone bath Home Design Photos

Conde Construction
5 Reviews
88 Laight Street Penthouse
Nice stone bath
Master bath wall
“Tub” — conniejoanne
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
It is Himarchal White Cladding from IslandStone.
At the risk of being simplistic, it is white. The greenness of the photo comes from the stone.
stone wall for behind the bath
accent wall matching outside of tub for Kristoffer's bath
Repeat the use. If you’ve got a stone wall, consider using the same stone application elsewhere in the bathroom. Repeating elements throughout a space results in a unified look the eye will appreciate.
“Wall” — dhanyaramnath
Peace Design
Master Bathroom
Tetsu 5' Soaking Bath | Porcher
what kind of stone on fireplace?
Rustic bath idea -- love the fireplace and deep soaker tub!
Stone wall, fireplace shared through wall??
stone fireplace wall, ledge for the tub, flooring, pendant lighting
stacked stone and exposed wood ceiling transport this bathroom to another time and place. A rustic chandelier and simple tub complete the old-world feel.Tip: The fireplace ledge here is also a functional place for a glass of wine, candles or bathing supplies.
There’s nothing like a dramatic stone wall
“Light” — geebee
Nicholas/Budd Architects, LLP
California House
Grey stone bath
“Quartz?” — lherbst08
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bath
clients desires. Materials are wood, stone and paint colors that were very muted and relaxed. The master bath features a stack Dakota blue limestone wall that was hand cut and laid. This material is not difficult to find and is labour intensive to finish. The master Bath was also clad in Cream marble. Please
I cannot find this stone exact stone anywhere. It looks like it is flat veneered. Can you tell me what it is? Where can I find this? THANKS
Is the dry stack stone in the photo manufactured or natural? If manufactured, who is the maker? It really captures the look I want with it's long lines. Thnaks
refer to Walker Zanger's mosaic line for some similar stone wall tiles. http://www.walkerzanger.com/catalog/ecatalog.php
“Wall behind tub” — laurenmc2
Big-D Signature
2 Reviews
Lucky L Ranch
What type of stone? Where is the tub from?
Where can I sourced the stone?
Like stone walls and wood ceiling for basement bathroom.
Stone in wall for dining/guest room walls
2. Take a bath. We all don’t have a bathroom with a tub or a view like this, and you may not be a bath-taking person anyway, but this is January, people, and we need to try new things. Run a hot tub; if you have salts or bubble bath, pour them in, give yourself a good soak
let the stress roll away.Bonus: Many creativity experts agree that water helps with creative thought. The Greek scholar Archimedes, stepping into a bath one day, had an epiphany about water volume and its displacement. It’s said he shouted, “Eureka!” (I found it!) and was so excited about his discovery
“style” — Kelly Crow
Vacation Home Builders
8 Reviews
Whispering Pines
This wall of stack stone was designed ot create
have other sources of ventilation--ceiling fan, exhaust fan, etc? Also did you have to use special materials behind the stone due to the moisture content?
Where can I find the stone?
If you are looking for quality stone veneer for either interior or exterior projects check out www.CenturionStoneMidwest.com. They
They stock every stone in every color & pattern shown on their website to make it easy and quick to get the stone you want. Not only do they have a great product, but great customer service!
veneere. There are several sources in the country this was made by Lone Star Stone or The real product comes form Texas Stone. Please let me know if you need any more details. Good luck
“Sunken bath” — Victoria Gray
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Middleton Residence
What kind of stone is next to the window what are the floors and counter made of gorgeous bathroom
house. this is a real stone, by that i mean a 4" thick stone, not a veneer....(and i say this only to explain the material, i have no problems with stone veneers and use them frequently when budget does not allow a true stone construction process)...this stone is Oklahoma Blue Stone....if you are local
local to my metroplex dallas, tx...any stone yard will know the material. obviously, if you are not, the material may likely be more expensive the further you are from the source. hope this helps!
You could get this look for the stone on the wall from Chilton Rustic. http://www.buechelstone.com/s
“Sauna hidden at end of room” — mullalou
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