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Example of a mid-sized trendy master gray tile and stone tile limestone floor bathroom design in Atlanta with flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets and white walls

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Brushed nickel shower head with digital shower valve, victoria and albert bathtub, curbless shower with hidden shower drain, flat pebble shower floor, shelf over tub with LED lighting, gray vanity with drawer fronts, white square ceramic sinks, wall mount faucets and lighting under vanity. Hidden Drain shower system. This bathroom is about 19' long by 6' wide. Atlanta Bathroom.

Example of a mid-sized trendy master gray tile and stone tile limestone floor bathroom design in Atlanta with flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets and white walls —  Houzz

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Sylveen Kenney wrote:May 6, 2014
love the tile! What is brand/name of tile used on floor and pebble li

K Defay wrote:May 18, 2014
  • heinz9
    The key elements in for a curbless shower stall are having the proper floor slope in all of the wet areas and beyond. A slope of no less than 1/8 inch per foot to the drain is what I usually use. The sloped area should extend well past the wet area to ensure any splashes are contained by flowing back into the wet area and drain. There are a few manufacturers that make shower stall systems that work really well. The traditional method is to install a 40 mil shower pan liner over a solid plywood substrate and then install a sloping mortar bed to which the floor tile will be set upon. This is an overview of the shower stall system. Many details such as tying the drain into the pan liner, leak testing and ensuring proper slope are critical points not to be overlooked and best left to a professional.
  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    The Splish Splash Shower System is our proprietary drain system and is available to licensed installers. We offer classes for those looking to become licensed and the drain comes in custom sizes with optional remote controlled LED lighting.

    To have proper drainage you will need a 1/4" fall per foot. How the slope is applied determines the drain you are using (standard, trench, etc). When installed properly these drains are very effective in draining with no standing water.

    The Splish Splash shower system allows for the use of the drain without a curb and can be installed in the front, back and side of the shower (depending on where the slope in your shower falls). Inexpensive shampoos and hair will clog traditional drains, with this system your drain will never clog.

    It is a great solution for a small bathroom to have your shower floor level with your bathroom floor gives you increased floor space in the bathroom.
Melanie Wickham wrote:May 18, 2014
Info on the wall tile used in the tub/shower area, please?

Shelby Malone wrote:May 21, 2014
What plant is that? Where'd you get it?

Becca wrote:May 23, 2014
What is the tile on floor and walls? Not pebble.

- Pretty

rmanas wrote:June 2, 2014
Ann wrote:June 6, 2014
  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    Since the shower head is set back from the entrance it actually does not splash out of the shower area.
  • viviennew53
    I love this design so modern and serviceable. Would love my bathroom to look like this one.
joshnalice wrote:June 8, 2014
What are the dimensions of the wet area and also the entire bathroom?

Charlotte wrote:June 10, 2014
Beautiful color palette. Where can the limestone tile be purchased?

eande918 wrote:June 14, 2014
bathtub make/model?

Sara wrote:July 6, 2014
Is the door metal and glass? Where can I get more information? THX!!!

Marcia & Ron Reid wrote:July 14, 2014
Love the looks of the vanity, can you tell me what it is made out of?

hockeygal21 wrote:July 29, 2014
csommers48 wrote:August 12, 2014
dharma2670 wrote:August 19, 2014
love the false window. who makes it? its beautiful

Linda Saunders wrote:August 29, 2014
Where do u purchase this vanity.

mapineau wrote:August 29, 2014
Where can I buy this door? How much does it cost?

  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    We have custom options for this door. Please email me with your dimensions and I can get you a price. michelle@changeyourbathroom.com
Rio Tuesday wrote:September 7, 2014
Did they custom make that or is there a kit to buy with the custom lig

Crystal Gallegos wrote:September 10, 2014
Noah DoPaco wrote:September 12, 2014
Where can I buy?

- In Toronto

Emad Elsebaei wrote:September 13, 2014
Preis per Meter

Lee Cocoo wrote:September 13, 2014
  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    Hello, if you would like a price on the sound system in this bathroom please call us at 770.272.4614
ilikethenumber9 wrote:September 13, 2014
myrisdream wrote:September 14, 2014
  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    We custom makes these doors and can make them to your exact specs. If you would like pricing please give me a call at 770.272.4614
Kristin Ellis wrote:September 16, 2014
Where do you get limestone tile?

prtydrkchild wrote:September 18, 2014
  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
    We actually custom make these doors. If you would like a quote please call us at 770.272.4614 or send me a direct email at michelle@changeyourbathroom.com
sh2os wrote:September 26, 2014
How much per sq ft ?

- Beautiful floor

gabatoire wrote:October 1, 2014
jformica3 wrote:October 25, 2014

Margarita Tirado wrote:October 31, 2014
emtp248 wrote:November 1, 2014
Why isn't it the place in the picture?

emtp248 wrote:November 1, 2014
Why isn't it the place in the picture?

Sylveen Kenney wrote:November 4, 2014
What is the name of this tile?

rcred wrote:November 24, 2014
Why do you have green tags on if you do not tell the $ name of the pro

rcred wrote:November 24, 2014
Why do you have green tags on if you do not tell the $ name of the pro

Antwon Ford wrote:November 25, 2014
latawyah wrote:December 9, 2014
Our new house

latawyah wrote:December 9, 2014
Our new house

  • PRO
    Change Your Bathroom, Inc.

    Hello, thank you for your interest in this bathroom. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Peninah Awori Mulindwa wrote:December 28, 2014
Jeannette Stronski-Brooks wrote:January 7, 2015
  • Kevin Jones

    The concept of heated floors has become synonymous with luxury and "high end"! Recent developments in electric radiant heat has made warming your floors a reality at an affordable rate. What you will want to keep in mind is SAFETY and ECONOMY (cost to run the system). Take a look at www.warmfloor.com for more information on the STEP Warmfloor solution. We offer a SAFE, low voltage solution that can be place throughout the bathroom including in the shower and/or under the tile on the shower bench. Good luck with your project and let me know if we can be a resource.

  • lizandrews1
    Interesting to know you offer a low voltage system. I'll keep that in mind for the next project!
mtownes1 wrote:January 7, 2015
What would look nice

mtownes1 wrote:January 7, 2015
What would look nice

marjorie_tomines wrote:January 18, 2015
What's the color of the grout you used for the tile? Thanks!

bsherrup wrote:February 1, 2015
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Nekita Deadmon wrote:February 2, 2015
Where can I find this?

The Twin Team wrote:February 19, 2015
Where do I find these for sale?

  • PRO
  • PRO
    The Builder Depot

    The tile on the floor that looks like wood. Is actually a marble and called many names which cases confusion. I hope this helps:

    Bedrosians are calling this stone Ashen Gray. Other companies White Oak it is a great product except for the confusion over the names. Ann Sacks calls it Silver Cream, other call is silver cloud, another. It is all from the same quarry/region. The names are all part of marketing confusion to presumably justify the high prices. Not entirely sure.

    This is a beautiful marble but it is relatively inexpensive. Here are some examples:

    Call it what you will! White Oak or Silver Cream it is $6.75 a Square Foot for the 12x24" tile. Here. With the amount of containers we buy, the quality is excellent as we are the only Google Trusted Store to actually be selling it.

    We have some great room scenes of the 12x24" and even a blog post of it being installed with out Whisper White Arabesque Tile in the shower here.

    Mosaics and trims make a great collection and we have them all from $10.95 a Square Foot.

    Mosaics of White Oak/Silver Cream etc,etc,..... from $10.95 a Square Foot.

    White Oak Trims and Thresholds to complete the job. All matched up by our stone experts prior to shipping. Pictures available upon request or simply order a sample. Our Collection is online: here.

    Do not be confused by huge distributors and their confusing names. Buy direct. How is explained here.

    It is a great looking product. If you ever make it to the Four Seasons in Disney World it covers that entire hotel.

    It is a maintenance free stone. Really is hassle free and going in my kids bathroom at some point!

silviav wrote:February 25, 2015
What is the size of this bathroom?

- I'm wondering the dimensions please.

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