Delta Tesla Single Handle Bathroom Faucet, Metal Pop-Up, Stainless, 552LF-SSMPU
sublte curves, natural; not so sure about the handle.
Moen Voss One-Handle High Arc Bathroom Faucet
Consider having the tile that is in the shower run across the wall to the vanity? But not all the way up, only about 4 feet up, with room above for a piece of art.
Note the obscure glass and the Craftsman divided light design in the upper cabinets (which looks like our front windows, and might look like the window we install in this bathroom?). Might this be a good combination with the Yoemite theme? Or would the look of things behind the glass wind up looking cluttered?
Note the window treatment that are very minimalistic and also that cover starting from the bottom, so we could obtain privacy without having to totally obscure the view. Closing from the bottom also might mean they'd be easier to close; not sure about this.
Grey granite; cabinets are quartersawn oak, with hazelnut stain.
Notice bonzai tree on counter. We could have one on counter between the two sinks.
Love how the overhead pair of lights, over the two sinks, give an Asian feeling, and coordinate with the plant between them. (We could use 3-dimensional art instead, if we don't want to have to maintain a plant. (Or we could decide we might be able to maintain one plant, in a bathroom, though it would be mighty cold in there in winter.)
dark gray granite and wonderful wooden cabinets ***
white stone counters with wood cabinets
Medicine cabinet with mirror on left-hand side wall. Could have medicine cabinet in this placement but recessed into wall, to provide medicine cabinet at both ends of counter space...and, if this cabinet was mirrored on the inside, it would provide a mirror for left-hand sink when opened up.
WIndow treatment option: Castec Windows out of California-Imam Spice 3194
Combination of windows and mirror (which could be medicine cabinet mirror)
Raw edge of counter; how would this work out in real life? It would look good in a "Yosemite" theme bathroom, but would it feel good? Would it catch on clothes, towels?
Window treatments; look good with Asian feeling
Another view of Asian style cabinet, with granite top, mid-tone stained cabinet
granite countertop with mid-color wood tone cabinet, Asian style
RIVUSS Carrión FBS-300 - Lead-Free Solid Brass Single-lever Bathroom Faucet, Chr
Single handle; comes in brushed nickel. Moderate cost ($168)
What if we did all natural tones, such as this tone in wood and black hardware like this, and then pebble floor (at least partial pebbles) and those porcelain floor tiles)?
putting pebbles on walls instead of floor
A wider view of how those stones make an impression of how the water from the shower (the sea) meets the sand (the flooring)
Well, if we could make the floor look like an edge like this, the way the water and sand meet...
An inspired pebble pathway - though I doubt we'll wind up going this far...
Feeling of flow (marble?). Not quite right, but pretty interesting.
Glass or glass-like tiles in shelf area look like underwater
Want a niche that has enough space for both of us (perhaps two levels), tall enough for our bottles, and with an aesthetic backing.
Remember the possibility of tiling interior of niches differently from main body of shower.
Interesting idea to hide not only shampoo but squeegee.
Nice vertical pebble waterfall in shower - wouldn't do black pebbles, but it's very strong.
Note very SMALL lip between bathroom floor and shower floor. Could be a compromise if we can't have a completely walk-in shower. This bathroom has lay-out virtually completely like our current master; it is 6x9. Click photo to access other photos of it.
12"x12" Gray Sliced Pebble Tile
An example of flat, sliced pebbles, suitable for floors.
12"x12" White and Tan Pebbles Tile
Rounded pebbles. If not suitable for walls, consider putting these around edges of floor, with smoother tiles in rest of flooring.
Beautiful curved grab bar. Put this in shower!
Kohler K-11892 18" Grab Bar from the Purist Series
Sleek grab bar. Comes in multiple finishes, I think.
"In this shower, the door shields the user from that first cold start-up spray. When you select your final shower fixture locations, remember that shower doors open both ways. By adding a separate side panel that the door hinges off of, it can open further into the shower without hitting the shower's fixtures."
This has more modern single door opening, and has build-in bench seat (would be on opposite wall from current seat). Note that this set-up has showerhead on long wall rather than at one end, though not in middle of long wall. Would this be easy to turn on w/o getting wet, if we had glass door?