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Bathroom - small transitional gray tile and stone tile porcelain floor bathroom idea in Los Angeles with an undermount sink, furniture-like cabinets, white cabinets, quartzite countertops, a one-piece toilet and gray walls
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Bathroom - small transitional gray tile and stone tile porcelain floor bathroom idea in Los Angeles with an undermount sink, furniture-like cabinets, white cabinets, quartzite countertops, a one-piece toilet and gray walls —  Houzz

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Shayleen Lunt wrote:May 11, 2014
Love this color of paint! Could you share what it is?

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    Hi. I don't have the flooring information. We purchased it at a local tile warehouse on a closeout. It is a warm gray porcelain tile with texture.
    Regarding the vanity info- click on the photo and the info is listed in one of the green tags.
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    Here's the info off of the tag- Vanity
    Home Decorators Collection
    Reflections Single Vanity
izspots wrote:October 23, 2014
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    Hi. Sorry, but I don't have a spec. It's a textured porcelain tile 12" x 24". The texture feels like sand. We purchased it from stock at a local tile store - Rio Tile & Stone in North Hollywood, CA. http://www.riomarble.com/
brooksy2014 wrote:December 24, 2014
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    Hi. It's actually a skylight which wasn't finished at the time of the photo shoot :-). But, yes there is an exhaust fan near the door.
calypsochick wrote:February 8, 2015
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    Hi. The field tile is white polished marble tile called Arabescato. These are 6" x 12" cut from a 12" x 12" tile. This was purchased at International tile in North Hollywood. The installer cut the tiles in half on site.

    The shower inset is a white marble mosaic which was purchased from Home Depot. I don't know the name or info.

    Good luck!

marysia11 wrote:August 19, 2015
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    Hello. The recesses typically ends up between 3 1/2"D and 4" deep depending on the thickness of the tile and the application of the tile. Hope that helps. Good luck with your project.

  • marysia11

    It does help, thank you for replying...

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