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Subway tile with wainscot in bathroom
colour scheme in bathroom (possibly for master)
simple traditional bathroom done all in white is humbly elegant. White painted wainscotting, penny tile, subway tile and ceramic plumbing fixtures allow the room's function to take center stage.
Beadboard is an easy way to add decorative appeal to bathrooms, which are usually small, and lacking in
white bathroom reads as clean and spartan, yet the beadboard wainscotting adds just enough dimension to add visual interest.
Love this bathroom!! What is the name of the color on the vanity??
is the "her bathroom"? and is there a "his bathroom" i love this look!!
I love this bathroom! would you please share the paint color of the vanity?
on my bathroom ceiling and create the barrel effect
What are the dimensions of this bathroom?
master bathroom. If you don't mind my asking, what was the approximate total cost for this bathroom? It looks beautiful and I am wondering if it would be prohibitive for us. Thank you! Congrats on a beautiful project!
it is a bathroom first. Very good design.
My bathroom is 30 years old and only thing that has been replaced is the tile.
Looks totally like a ladies bathroom only
of the bathroom creates cohesion between the vanity and shower spaces.
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
keeps this traditional bathroom bright. From the herringbone stone floor to the white ceramic shower tile, this bathroom feels lighter than air.
bathroom tile herringbone
Third floor bathroom shower
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like this for shower for Jack's bathroom
This bathroom looks indestructible to me from the blue pearl granite
smaller bathroom. A skylight lets natural light in — helping the space feel larger — while a wood vanity warms up the stone floors and walls.
Square-shaped and clean-lined faucets will also be a hot trend this year. These will be especially popular in transitional bathrooms, but you'll also see them
them in traditional bathrooms and in contemporary spaces like this one.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
client's bathroom and it started to peel of in a short period of time. Even the protective polyurethane coat has neen applied.
Warehouse - bathroom with exposed beams & skylight or glass ceiling, feels cold yet lofty.
Like the wall finish in this bathroom
wet bathroom _ whole bathroom floor slopes down to drain, and no shower doors etc
than a traditional bathroom, you might be able to add that other bathroom you've always wanted.
The bathroom is actually at the core of the space, which is laid out with the living area at the front and the bedrooms at the back. The walls are made with the same stucco as the exterior of the building
controversial bathroom we've seen on Houzz. Some commenters even said it was "like jail" for them. But its minimalist look suited the owner/designer's sensibilities and he's the only one who bathes here, so if he loves its light-filled, exposed-beamed, industrial-with-rusty-accents aesthetic, that's all that
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
For bathroom use curtain as shower curtain
1. PlacementAccess. Choose a spot for your vanity that won't mess with your bathroom's traffic flow or block the bathroom door or shower door swing. Beth Fillerup of Native Trails advises homeowners to think about cleaning and about the vanity door swing space, too. Good questions
of the bathroom and requires the space around it to function properly," says designer Steve O'Neill of Van-i-tY.
I love how this vanity has higher legs and extra foot room. Traditional bathroom and kitchen cabinets often have a smaller kick space (the little recess below the bottom drawers) with little
Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer
la jolla muirlands home
Think plaid! This floor is wild. I’ve seen many a mosaic-tiled floor, but never in plaid. Regardless, it’s fun, playful and surely unique. Why not? More: Browse the most popular bathroom photos on Houzz now
mirror and traditional vanity.Tell us: Do you use tartan in your decor? Please show us in the Comments!