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Brentwood Regency Estate
As long as there's another cabinet for all bathroom Storables The mirror above sink can just be a regular mirror.
Finally, a marble bathroom that is interesting!
Bathroom mirror with sconces
Green bathrooms appeal to me...
single vanity for master bathroom
this bathroom! Opting for two sconces provides flattering light to primp by.
upstairs bathroom...Bathroom ideas...shefalis bathroom...powder bathroom...guest bathroom...Cute bathroom...untry bathroom
Seattle Architect & Designer
Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
Jessica Road - Knight Frank
bathroom floor tile
Bathroom idea for Supreets girls
shower two different tiles
bathroom mirror...bathroom storage...of this bathroom?...master bathroom...Great Bathroom
OLSON LEWIS + Architects
The Beech House
Divide between the two sinks and color tile
judges bathroom or smaller version for guest bathroom off kitchen area
bathroom colors sinks
Bathroom Ideas...master bathroom...two sinks
Swatt | Miers Architects
bathroom windows. look at three awning design!
Two sinks with wall mount faucets
The natural light coming through & the clean line look of the bathroom.
Natural light in the bathroom
Roof bathroom...outside bathroom...Bathroom vanity...two sinks
Ridge Oak Residence
Barn doors entry to bathroom. Point=it's possible. These doors are a "no," but still want to execute with a different door.
Why not have a fabulous bathroom in the barn, although smaller. Use the sliding doors to their max advantage. Make barn all impervious floor materials and raised cabinetry so the floor can be sprayed down with hose without damaging anything if possible.
both main bathroom & power room - matches knotty pine in kitchen
Another cool door style for our bathroom
Wood doors that match bathroom cabinets?
A House With Zip!
3660 SF, two story house. Chief complaints included: Too compartmentalized, too cramped, cannot entertain, no office for “millions of papers”, no accessible guest suite for aging parents, kids outgrowing their rooms, dated kitchen and baths, forgotten back yard, uninviting front entry. The house also
integrates two themes: regional rustic charm on the exterior and comfortable contemporary cool [zip!] on the interior. Design: Mark Lind Project Management: Jon Strain Photography: Paul Finkel, 2012
the bathroom. At what cost?
White oak flat panel. Like this for the bathroom.
for your bathroom….love the floor tiles and wall tiles for your shower.
master bathroom. Here it's paired with more white oak cabinets. Lighting: Prima Lighting
Ogawa Fisher Architects
use the two different tiles on the walls to keep the walls from appearing monolithic and heavy. The bold blue walls are nicely lightened and heightened by the skylight ceiling.
bright and beautiful bathroom
two different tiles for bathroom
Colours , tiles...kids bathroom. ?
bathroom mirror...bathroom tile...Tile bathroom...Bathroom wall...Noah's bathroom...2nd bathroom...bathroom tiles
Hi can you tell me the material and colour ref for the bathroom floor tiles? Great project!
north-facing bathroom to get more light, but they need to be placed pretty high to accomplish this due to elevation of the property next door. Should the top of my clerestory windows match the height of my door jamb, or can I go higher? Thank you for your time:=)
sleek bathroom, where it's placed just out of reach of the sun's direct rays. How to care for lucky bamboo:Temperature: It prefers 59 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit (15 to 25 degrees Celsius).Light: Provide bright, indirect lighting; avoid direct sunlight. It's more tolerant of too little light than too much
one to two weeks. Use bottled spring water for fast growth and a beautiful deep green color; tap water contains chemicals and additives that can sicken or even kill the plant. For plants raised in soil, keep the soil evenly moist.Soil: Use well-draining, rich potting soil.Feeding: Use a liquid fertilizer