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Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured in Gentry Design, Palo Alto Weekly and other publications
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Here we see the symmetry of the bathroom. The tub is flanked on one side by the freestanding toilet (previous image) and on the other, the doorless shower, marked by the showerhead and niche. Both the toilet and shower areas are approximately the same size.
“Accent wall” — Tammy Jackson
Pinney Designs
8 Reviews
Arlington
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and out of a medicine cabinet. Try keeping your daily essential toiletries in one or two nice-looking baskets, lidded or not, set atop the sink or toilet. Should you buy another toiletry product that doesn’t fit in your allotted bins, get rid of something else. As for time in the mornings, if you make
“5 panel” — Paige
Kelly & Co.
3 Reviews
Barn and Entertainment/Music Performance Space
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quarterly concerts the owner hosts, the designer says it’s mostly a man space. In that spirit the bathroom has a urinal (seen in the mirror) as well as a toilet.Vanity, mirrors: Restoration Hardware
that the owner hosts, the designer says it’s mostly a man space. In that spirit, the bathroom has a urinal (seen reflected in the mirror) as well as a toilet.Vanity, mirrors: Restoration Hardware
“Bathroom” — hilarylane
California Home + Design
Bright Green Kitchen
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Start a stash of essentials. There is nothing worse than arriving at your new house and having to scramble to find basics like toilet paper, pajamas and coffee for the morning. Pick a spot to begin collecting all of those little items you will want access to right away when you move
a set of disposablesA teakettle and French-press coffee makerBasic tools (screwdrivers, a hammer etc.)Trash bagsBox cuttersLightbulbsA few rolls of toilet paper and paper towelsA shower curtainBath towelsA set of sheets for each bedCurtains for the bedrooms (if you know the windows will be bare)Favorite
“backs up to counter” — amiarch
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
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Meanwhile, there are two camps when it comes to, er, No. 2. The survey found an even split when it comes to toilet exposure: 52 percent of people want an open toilet versus one behind a closed door. Younger homeowners (25 to 34 years old) prefer tankless or wall-mounted models over the
“Floor BR” — 1monique
Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Energy Efficiency Model Home
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Water-saving fixtures and low-flow toilets help reduce water waste. Wall tiles: Bedrosians; tub: Americh Contura; windows: Tilt and Turn, Unilux
Concrete flooring was used in the master bedroom for easy maintenance. Water-saving fixtures and low-flow toilets help reduce water waste. Wall tiles:
“Tub” — Charlene Canerdy
Fireclay Tile
10 Reviews
Clean and Contemporary San Francisco Kitchen
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and try to estimate how much time you spend each week or month shopping for groceries, toiletries and household staples like cleaning products and toilet paper. A lot, right? There is a better way: More and more online retailers are now offering the option to save a shopping list and even set up automatic
Subscribe & Save and Vitacost Set & Save are a few) are typically free; sometimes they come with an added discount. Why cart home giant stacks of toilet paper, dishwashing detergent and canned goods, when you can have them delivered right to your door as often as you need them?
“backsplash” — marli5
Ogawa Fisher Architects
5 Reviews
Family Bath
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in inches from the center of your toilet to the adjacent walls. Fifteen inches might not seem like much, and it’s not. Many designers will allow more than this to avoid a squeezed-in feeling. Similarly, allow at least 24 inches of clear space in front of the toilet.
“The blue hue ties the different tile patterns together” — Nauset Homes
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