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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks8,713
Questions16
We are doing a remodel and have a similar layout, but we are flummoxed about where we put our towels. Any advice?
sinks? Love it's contemporary look.
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“Tile” — lrburnett
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Tambke Residence
Ideabooks2,670
Questions3
Here we decided the charcoal tiles would be too busy in a bricklay given the marble in the shower area, which is already very textured.
aren't your thing, try putting the hue on your floor. Black absorbs light, so incorporating plenty of reflective surfaces helps to bounce light through the space.
aren't your thing, try putting the hue on your floor. Black absorbs light, so incorporating plenty of reflective surfaces helps to bounce light through the space.
“Open large shower” — loulogan
Shelley Gardea
Modern Bathroom with Stunning Tile
Ideabooks2,550
Questions6
Hi, Love the tile work....do you have the name of the contracting company/General contractor that did the work?
The wood thing on the tub
We have a similar bathtub. I like the wooden pictures on the one end of tub.
love the vanity and the Tub combo!
Love the wetstyle BC09 tub
wood thing across the tub
Love this look
“wood thing across the tub” — dbrengle
Maya Sahafi
644 Navy St.
Ideabooks4,587
Questions2
here. Love this home you have built. The steel beams is beautiful! love the use of all materials and the lightness. I am a landscape designer and working to detail floating steps over a pond. So instead of concrete we are using 3" jet mist granite slabs (2'x5')...trying to figure out the minimum
entry, we could have 1-2 steps down just inside the garage--and for either 1 or 2 we have existing steps we could use. Internal stairs: If the long stairs' "turning platform" consists of two platform steps (5'x4' each), we'd need just one more stair at the bottom--could have a nice platform look, similar
concrete we are using 3" jet mist granite slabs (2'x5')...trying to figure out the minimum overhang over the foundation so it apears to be floating without fear of it breaking. I like the 3 1/2" treads you have used with the shadow line of a 3 1/2" rise. Thanks for your response!” “love the concret steps
“Stairs” — cathy_nilo
Scott Haig, CKD
4 Reviews
Zenbath
Ideabooks23,390
Questions12
George Dds, we did some extensive renovation on this bathroom: among other ideas, we carved space out of a walk-in closet for the new shower, and in doing so we flipped the original configuration of bathtub and shower. We installed all new fixtures and fittings, we designed new custom flush-mounted medicine
dianne8888! We used diagonal cross bracing inside the wall which made this wall just a little bit thicker than a typical stud wall. In short, we planned to make the wall beefier and as stable as possible. The shower side is sheathed in cement board, which along with the large tiles, actually added to the
shower--though we had limited width with which to work, surprisingly little water makes it to the tub. The shower is longer than it is wide: 35" x 50". Thanks, Scott
“h” — Hilal Beyzadeoğlu
Angela Todd Designs
16 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks8,808
Questions13
in it? We've just bought a small townhouse and trying to re-do the master bath with a shower and tub. It's 6ft x 20ft, and only thing we can come up with is a 6ft tub against back wall then 4ft x 4ft shower in front of it (covering 1/2 tub), toilet next to that and vanity with double sinks rest of way
down. We have an odd window in the room poking out in a V shape ( one side window one side wall). We can't hang a mirror or cabinetry in this 4ft length, but the counter top can go right the way down. Any suggestions? The bath currently does not have a tub.
We customized it for the space and so should you! We have built 18" towers as well, and they work fine.
The exact color we used on this project is Benjamin Moore's Peanut Shell 2162-40. A reminder that the color will likely look a bit different in your space with surface, furnishing and lighting
“Sinks” — reneepeaches
CG&S Design-Build
9 Reviews
Cool House Tour 2008
Ideabooks6,218
Questions9
Not sure—we don't have specs for this actually—finishes were chosen by a separate interior designer.
We actually don't know—the owner picked all the furnishings and we weren't involved! Thanks for the interest, though.
Unfortunately, we do not have the color information available for this project.
We did all the design, and all the construction—the entire project management. This project was built from the ground up. Actually, working with someone outside the company to appoint finishes is not all that different than when
when we do so in house with one of our own architects. So actually, we did quite a lot.
buyer (we built this particular home as new construction for market), so we're not sure.
“bedroom” — eskooiman
Niche Interiors
20 Reviews
Modern bathroom remodel San Francisco
Ideabooks3,822
Questions7
We are going to build a home in a location with a fairly high water table . We can safely have the basement floor at 2 feet below grade. We would like to see if there are things we can do to ensure against flooding, for example with spring rains while the ground outside is still frozen.
horizontal? We have a small master bath with large ~13 X 20 " very glossy tiles selected for wall 20" will be the length/vertical on the wall I like that better then a subway look. The accent tile is beautiful crackled glass (comes in 12" by 12" sheets) trying to come up with a more unique contemporary look
Francisco. We don't have the manufacturer name.
I agree that there are no hard rules on accent tile placement. In this bathroom we wanted the stripe to also serve as the backsplash so it was placed at about 38" from the floor. Best of luck!
“tile for back splash in kitchen” — jenbjerms
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