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Magical Mirrors

Swap the Medicine Cabinet for a Bit of Bling for the Bath Full Story
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Scheer & Co.
Ha! To each his own, marvelousrsp! Acoustical tile ceilings never feel very residential, but I have to say, I love the wall color, fixtures and the dark painting. I think the owners are working with what they've got. Thanks for weighing in - it's always good to get opposing views.
April 20, 2011 at 3:37PM     
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7 Tile Tips for Baths on a Budget

How to Add Style to Your Bathroom Without Breaking the Budget Full Story
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Serena Ludovico, ASID, CID
Thank you for the insight. Great design can be accomplished with inexpensive tile.
March 9, 2011 at 2:34PM     
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collins design
There are some great ideas here. I recently spent less than $3,000 for a complete gut-and remodel that looks very elegant and expensive. I used a small amount of calacatta mosiac tile as accents in shower and cabinet niches, while running inexpensive big-box-store 4x4 white ceramic tiles in a running bong pattern all around the room. The running bond pattern feels a lot more expensive -and less dated- that the typical stacked 4x4w. I also repurposed an old dresser to make an elegant vanity with a marble top. You can see more photos and details on this GardenWeb thread: http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load/bath/msg0210110624988.html?31
March 13, 2011 at 5:41AM     
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Top 10 Tips for Choosing Shower Tile

Slip resistance, curves and even the mineral content of your water all affect which tile is best for your shower Full Story
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Zen Paradise, Inc.
The penny floor in the one shower is amazing. Another option for showers are pebbles and sliced pebbles. The sliced pebbles have a natural, contemporary look. zenparadise.net
July 3, 2014 at 8:29AM     
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lizyhues
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Get the Look: Falling Water in the Bath

Create a Soothing Bath With Rain Showers, Mini Waterfalls and Shimmering Textures Full Story
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Danenberg Design
Sorry, the overall shot of the bathroom failed to attach. Without that, the other photos may be a little confusing.
June 26, 2011 at 10:57AM     
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8 Tips for Creating Your Own Wetroom

Warm up a room full of tile with color, light, texture and wood Full Story
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Tradewetrooms.com
Anne, that should be to hard to do to be honest, i would recommend using a glass screen within the wetroom area to stop water going over to the other area.

Looking for wetroom specialist advice check out http://www.tradewetrooms.com
August 30, 2013 at 2:05AM     
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Joseph Cardenas
Love this open shower with bench built in in front of mirrors
May 11, 2014 at 11:01AM   
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Bathroom Safety Features That Support Your Style

'Safety first' doesn't mean style comes in second with bathroom grab bars, shower seats and more designed for the modern home Full Story
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alsaga
Bano de visitas
January 1, 2014 at 5:56PM   
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Grab bars
July 8, 2014 at 9:57PM   
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Doorless Showers Open a World of Possibilities

Universal design and an open bathroom feel are just two benefits of doorless showers. Here's how to make the most of these design darlings Full Story
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sumarty
so I am also considering an open shower. but we only have room for a 36x36 shower with a 60x32 tub behind it. my thought would be to put a low wall (2') to one side that meets the tub surround to the back. There would be a full wall to the other side and another full wall where the shower head would be. Do I need to worry much about splashing over the 2' wall? this will be all tiled. my images says 24" glass door, but that is what I'd like to leave out.
April 22, 2014 at 4:24PM   
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idearain
Like smallness
July 12, 2014 at 9:27PM   
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Convert Your Tub Space Into a Shower — Waterproofing and Drainage

Step 4 in swapping your tub for a sleek new shower: Pick your waterproofing materials and drain, and don't forget to test Full Story
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Peggy Schellinger
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January 6, 2014 at 6:04PM   
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January 26, 2014 at 7:40PM   
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Epoxy vs. Cement Grout — What's the Difference?

Grout is grout, right? Nope. Cement and epoxy versions have different appearances, durability and rules of installation Full Story
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John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
When using Epoxy grout make sure your client knows it goes on lighter and then dries or cures darker. This is opposite t what most are used too. Here are some recent install pictures of Laticrete's SpectraLock Pro Premium Grout (Dusty Gray) being installed.
August 17, 2014 at 11:26AM   
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John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
The first photo above shows the grout sample board. The second the start of the initial wash. The last the final wash completed.

Don't grout too soon. These large 1'x2' tiles where allowed two weeks to cure before grouting.

Stay off newly grouted floors for two days. Never walk barefoot across the tile since you can leave foot prints. You can see mine while I walked about. The white film is the Epoxy Residue. It all needs to come off. When washing I never use my hand to reach out. Always resting my hand on a rag or sponge.

An even wash at the end leaves the floor looking awesome. This is a wonderful grout that I continue to use and love working with.
August 17, 2014 at 11:30AM   
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