great for downstairs slab shower still ...this comes in grey ...but currently out of stock
use in the slab shower as a stool ...also comes in a darker grey ...look it up
this is to use in the shower. It will add warmth
weather white. hi, that is correct. zellige terracotta tiles have variation in thicknesses. if you want them to show their natural variation your contractor can install them pressed up against the wall, if you want them to be flush, you would have to use a thin set and your installer would then have to make them all even. hope this helps!
hi, that is correct. zellige terracotta tiles have variation in thicknesses. if you want them to show their natural variation your contractor can install them pressed up against the wall, if you want them to be flush, you would have to use a thin set and your installer would then have to make them all even. hope this helps!
Zelige tile. Look to Cletile for it and remodelista for info. Make the bath back wall divided diagonally meeting at the nth/west cornet and back down to finish into the CB2 Crome shelves keeping the angle through the lower half of the shelves. The upper portion in a herringbone pattern of dark colors. Still keep the top 13 inches for art niches with he back all that of the lighter color and certainly lights. Maybe the light color to be tonal with the grey, upper color into darker blues. For the bench on the Southside, waterfall the countertop with full tile underneath and under the open vanity space. Read before install https://homeglowdesign.com/2019/04/13/3-important-things-know-before-install-zellige-tile/
Show the workings Generally, an exposed shower system (as seen here) is less expensive than a concealed one. This is because the latter, to create a minimal aesthetic, has all the pipework hidden in the wall. The extra work involved in doing this is what will typically ramp up the cost. In comparison, exposed systems are quick and easy to install and can look just as beautiful. Shop around – there are plenty of different designs out there. Think carefully, too, about the showerhead. Swap inefficient, water-hungry models for eco-friendly designs that will have lower running costs.
LOOK AT THE "WINDOWS" TO ADD LIGHT. DO THIS OPPOSITE THE SHOWER HEADS. SEEN ADDITION PICTURE OF ETHERIAL SHOWER NOTED
look at the "window" above the bath...maybe opposite the shower head to light
very etherial and calm. maybe this will work with high art nitches. like this
READ THIS!!!!!!!! https://www.houzz.com/magazine/100-contractor-tips-to-read-before-you-remodel-stsetivw-vs~8697497
Residential plumbing typically uses 1½-inch pipes for drains. You’d be surprised how much gunk and hair goes down that drain. The larger the drain, the less likely it is to clog. The cost difference to upgrade to a 2-inch drain is practically negligible, and unless your framing doesn’t allow for it, you should consider increasing the drain in your shower to 2 inches.
A Window in the Shower This is a great feature if done properly. Some things to consider: Choose a frosted-glass panel for privacy and preferably one that opens for fresh air. Next, ensure that there are stone jambs along the entire installation so that this area is watertight. Also, ensure that the sill gets sloped down and away for proper drainage. Lastly, I always specify a tilt-and-turn window in a shower, because the screen is located on the outside of the window; the handles are plastic, so they won’t rust; and the window provides full privacy even when tilted open.
other side of subtle striped bath
subtle strips may be less expensive than Apavisa wall
calm grey with much pattern
Jodie Rosen Design features walls covered in black shagreen wallpaper that demands attention. Other standout features include the geometric marble floating sink and the single pendant light hung from the ceiling.
the the contrasting unexpected colors . Gold with Blue!
I like the dark room!
unexpected color really makes this room terrific
LOVE WHAT THEY'VE DNE WITH THE MIRROR
I love the color of red
love the bees!
note the mirror hangs from the ceiling
note the frame within a frame mirror
I love the vanity top IT IS ONYX!
love the shimmer and elegance
just love the hexagons!
Avril Interiors CHECK OUT THE CURBLESS SLIDING GLASS SHOWER DOOR, IT'S GREAT!!!!! THIS HOME IS IN PHOENIX!!!!
look at the outlets =running along the bottom, Built-in outlets are great for electric razors, hair dryers and the like. Outlets hidden behind closed doors also create a nicer look than ones visible on a wall. If you’re looking for a medicine cabinet with power, make sure the outlet has a GFCI (ground fault circuit interruptor) if it’s located within 36 inches of a water source (which is likely, considering its bathroom location). The GFCI is a device that detects small current leaks. If there is a leak, the GFCI disconnects the power to the circuit to prevent an electric shock. Check local codes if your project requires electrical work, as you’ll probably be required to hire a licensed electrician. See Wow items
LOOK at how these medicine cabinets are installed...via the ceiling and cabinet but wonder how they have the light behind!!!!
Jazz & Riffs Hardware Collection. WOW WOW WOW
Jazz & Riffs Hardware Collection Shower door and front door etc handles
This large-format porcelain tile offers great traction underfoot, but not all porcelain tiles do. Look for a tile with a good slip resistance rating (A or B is best). Keep in mind that tile with traction is harder to clean, so darker tile will look cleaner for longer. Tip: If you're planning this shower for someone with impaired vision, do not incorporate inlays or accent tile into the floor — these can look like steps and lead to a fall.
14. Pay Attention to How Hardwood Meets a Tile Floor Chances are, your bathroom will have a tile floor, but the hallway or room it’s connected to will have something totally different, like hardwood. The transition between these two spaces and materials is something that’s tough to get right. As in most cases, planning ahead will give you results that meet your expectations.
11. Double Check Your Tile Size Surprisingly, that 12-inch by 24-inch tile you bought might not be exactly what it claims to be. That’s because most tile is sold in European sizes (millimeters), and the quoted size might also factor in a grout joint, putting your fancy new tile at 11⅜, which can affect your tile layout, niches and plumbing.
Matte Black Black faucets are increasingly popular in the bathroom because of their ability to match other items, such as vanities and accent pieces. If you want to make a classy statement, or you are just doing a small renovation that doesn’t involve changing all aspects of your bathroom, matte black may be the perfect finish for you.
love this bathroom but being industrial it is not for this home