836,882 stone bathroom Home Design Photos

Eclectic Bathroom
This bathroom floor is awesome. How was it done? Concrete painted with a stencil? Do tell!
How is the original stone protected?
Did you have to put a water sealant over the stone?
What kind of vanity is there in this awesome bathroom?
What size is the bathroom, length of wall with bath & shower on it.
I have completely flat, normal walls in my dining room. However, I want them to look like the old stone portion of this design. Was the stone already there? Or did you add it in?
look of door. Perfect for bathroom downstairs.
Original stone wall integrated into modern bathroom
shower, small, space saver love hardware and stone
Natural stone shower tile keeps the main bathroom's look in line with the rest of the home. A stencil on the stained concrete floor adds a subtle decorative element. Fixtures: Rohl; stenciled floor pattern: Jill Valliere Design
“bathroom” — Monika Harris
Wolf Custom Homes Ltd.
Bungalow Show Home in Springbank
Ensuite walkthrough shower with real stone walls, travertine floor and ceiling tile, 2 adjustable shower heads and rain shower head, glass tile wall accent, and clerestory windows up top for natural light
Was a sealer used on the stone I the shower? If so what was used?
This is probably so expensive but the stone look is so nice
all stone shower. looks hard to keep clean.
Truly fabulous real stone walls in shower!
“This fits well with cave man bathroom” — Sean Smith
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
Personal spa bathroom featuring heated floors, numerous skylights, & floor to ceiling slate tile creates a peaceful refuge. Wall hung cabinets & adjoining open (no walls) shower creates a sense of light and spaciousness.
What is the brand and color of the slate tiles used for this bathroom wall?
larger pieces for interior flooring as well as exterior lanai for an indoor-outdoor feel, also for showers for flush-no curb, floor-through feel in bathrooms, and because they seem more forgiving wrt cleaning in showers and outdoors. We have 2 design dilemma questions: 1) what types of cabinetry wood veneers
that are low-contrast and 2) what would you recommend to waterproof the shower walls (continuing the slate up the walls could make the shower and bathroom too dark)?
“tile” — bathforall
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bathroom
I love the stacked stone installation! Can you share the manufacturer of this stone? It reminds me some of Roman-style brick, prevalent in Mid-Century homes' exterior. Thank you!
What is the wood color of the bathroom cabinets?
Love the faucets. Can you advise what brand they are in this bathroom?
Colors and stack stone wall treatment.
Nice wall design, could use cedar instead of stone.
exotic: This vanity has a certain Asian flair and adds to the bathroom's spa-like style.
Trend 3: Bring the outside in. This bathroom design is organic in nature and celebrates resourcefulness and inventive integrity. The stacked stone wall and unfinished vanity reminds us that nature in her raw
The stacked stone wall and wood elements of this winning bath had the Houzz community praising its natural look.
“Tiling” — dp2902
SoCal Contractor
23 Reviews
Hollywood Hills
Love the wall of stone. Where can this stone be purchased.?
jerusalem stone in the san fernando valley, ask for abe and tell him lori sent you.
Love the dark Jerusalem stone wall, cabinets and hanging light pendants.
Stone over vanity, stone rest in shower
Love the stone rock brought into the shower to tie into the stone wall.
lovely dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench.
stone wall, mirrors, floor, stone seat
This expansive glass-enclosed shower, complete with views of the Hollywood Hills, boasts a lovely dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench. The floor is limestone with minimal joint grouting, which makes the modern freestanding tub seem to float in the airy space.
“love the natural look, bath tub facing the big window” — Stella Greenberg
Greenbrook Homes
6 Reviews
Lakewood Bathrooms
What type of stone did you use for the backsplash/wall?
Love the stone. What is it? Color? Where does it come from?
The stone is Coronado Quick Stack in Antique Cream
Tiled mirror, stone on wall of bathroom wall mounted faucet
Loving the stone accent wall and framed mirror and sink fixtures in this bathroom space.
Love the stone wall and the mirror
use that "chop" stone for bathrooms for area behind mirrors
Hobby room or Powder room idea with back splash stone.
1/2 bath wall once stone is exposed.
“framed mirror is a picture effect set off by focal stone wall” — jsdodson
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
A double glass vanity on a custom open-frame support lends an open feel to this boutique guest bathroom.
Could you please tell me the manufacturer of the toilet. I love the entire bathroom!
Thanks Habitat Stone, good to have a local source. I will be keeping you in mind for future projects.
Very cool. Like the no grout in the splitface wall! Let me know if you need anything like that in Jerusalem Stone. We stock it here in the Rice Village area.
Holes were carefully drilled in the travertine to install them. These mini lights also surround the bathtub, as you may see in other pictures of this bathroom. Thanks for asking.
The tiles are all light (select) travertine: the textured stone is from Daltile: Baja Cream (Split Face) T720, and comes on interlocking mesh sheets. The 12x12 polished is from a local Houston supplier (I used polished
“Travertine tiles (polished on wall, matte on floor). Textured stone Daltile: Baja Cream (Split Face)” — panega
7 Reviews
This tumbled stone wall/mirror frame is ingenious and lovely. I shared this with your link on facebook.
Idea for my new bathroom
Tile/stone wall in powder room?
Bathroom, simple vanity floating.
pendants in a bathroom
small bathroom...stone wall...Back wall of stones...lovely use of stone...outside bathroom...gray bathroom...trim around stones...Stone wall...Pool bathroom...Stacked stone wall...cool bathroom...cobble stone
“bathroom” — amyleighgutkin
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