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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick

Copyright Chronicle Books. Room by Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler.
Photography by Debi Treloar
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http://www.amazon.com/Decorate-Design-Ideas-Every-Room/dp/0811877892
Inspiration for an eclectic bathroom remodel — Houzz

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crodie wrote:
Where's the shower curtain ring from? Thanks
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Megan Meshiea
Beautiful - where is the shower curtain from? thanks
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Marie Iafrate wrote:
Where can I get the bookcase! - Where can I get the get bookcase?
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Deborah
looks like CB2
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clarkmichelle

Can I see the entire home?

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Susan Scott wrote:
what do you call that type of toilet and what company made that one?
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ikwewe
Try googling tankless toilet and see if you can find what you are looking for.
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mdgbtr
The valve is From Sloan Valve, Sloan also makes the ceramic toilet
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Talmadge Hargraves, Inc. wrote:
Where is the hanging art piece behind the toilet sold? - Where is the hanging art piece behind the toilet sold?
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sweettart882003
this is a model of the HERMES storefront logo in paris. Its not for sale, its a custom made replica. Im sure a welder or brassworks studio could make you one :)
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shemfish wrote:
You all realize this is Jonathan Adler's bathroom right....
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Emily H
It is? Fun! The ceiling makes it look like a showroom.
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threeofus wrote:
Where did the shower curtain come from?
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The Shabby Nest
My guess is that the shower curtain is custom. There are many shops available that can create custom shower curtains. A good place to start your search might be Etsy.com
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mariak1024 wrote:
Is the ceiling a flat black? It also looks like the black starts a little lower on the wall. Is that true?
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DeCocco Design
If you click on "more info" below the pic, you'll see who designed the room (Noonan/Adler) as well as a link to a fun looking book. As for the ceiling, it does indeed look like the paint is brought down the wall a foot or more (see the recessed light above), but there's no telling if it's flat paint or has a bit of sheen. The little brass railing on top of the tile makes me think there's a ledge--very creative and different. Can't say I'd put all those books so close to a shower, but they make easy staging props.
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Hin Tan wrote:
where can we get the brass shower curtain rod? - we are in Toronto. our other fixtures, ie. shower head, controls, and also faucets etc will be in antique brass.
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babydraculette wrote:
Where is the gold bath product holder from?
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Juhree Elissa wrote:
What is the name, color and brand of the subway tile one the wall
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cheapfilm wrote:
Where can I purchase the stacking bookshelf? - I've seen stacking bookshelves before, but this one has a nicer look because of the varying sizes of the shelves.
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writebrainyoga wrote:
The brass flushometer toilet is stunning. - Where can one find a flushometer in brass?
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mumpower wrote:
Can you imagine this as a powder room - With a midnight blue ceiling and tiny gold stars but everything else comparable?
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Megan Meshiea wrote:
Shower Curtain. - Where is this very beautiful orange shower curtain from? Thanks!
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deliamoran wrote:
How much baking soda to warm water to clean tiles?
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candicebehm wrote:
where does the stand in the shower come from?
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Hajah Kayz wrote:
can this be ideal for a smaller bathroom?
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crodie wrote:
Where does the rod holding up the shower curtain come from? Thanks!
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Jamie Schoolfield wrote:
Who makes the shower curtain?
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da3232 wrote:
I'm considering eliminating the shower door and going with a curtain after seeing this. What do I need to know/be concerned about when thinking about a curtain vs wall or door? The opening or width of the shower will be 70" and the shower depth between 36 (min) to 42 (max). Entry will be entire 70" area, other three sides will be walls, with one shower head on the left wall (not sure where we could put an additional shower head if use a curtain). Are there any concerns with overspray? Assume there can be no lateral shower jets. Do you think either I could or next owner could add glass walls/doors after the fact if wanted? Am thinking this could save some bucks.
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nolacrp wrote:
Where does the small brass/golden table on the left come from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to New Classics: Stacking Bookshelf
This is certainly the most successful combination of books in a bathroom I've ever seen. Perhaps the only successful one, come to think of it. A stacking bookshelf styled to perfection goes perfectly with this ode to Hermes.
Becky Harris added this to Book Tour: Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Behold the bath! The authors advocate thinking outside of the usual bathroom fixtures box. This bathroom certainly does that, with a stacking bookshelf full of reading material, eye-catching brass fixtures, a black ceiling and the fanciest shampoo stand I've ever seen. I wonder what kind of bottle is worthy of such a perch? Decorate Tip: "Mix and match colors, styles, and size of tiles to alter the effect on the space or else go for blanket coverage for a neat, cohesive feel."
Jen L'Italien added this to Brass and Gold Accents Make a Comeback
Could this bathroom be more rad? This is not your '80s bathroom with gold fixtures. All the gold-toned fixtures (even the plumbing on the toilet) has the right gold tone that looks luxe, modern, and works so well with all the white tile and splashes of bright orange.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Design Leaps of Faith
This bathroom evokes a living room with gold accessories and a stocked bookshelf. I'll gladly name myself a fan.Tell us: Have you made your own design leaps of faith? Post a photo below!More:10 Unique Houses Around the GlobeBe Bold, Be Brave With Color
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Now Featuring ... the Toilet!
The gold color of the exposed plumbing on this toilet is perfect for the traditional style of the decorative metalwork on the wall and other accents in the room.
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors added this to Clash Course: Personalize Your Bathroom
Be bold! If you were to take out the accessories, this would be a neutral space ready for resale.
Samantha Schoech added this to Color Guide: How to Work With Gold
Gold fixtures are normally pure Graceland territory, but in this otherwise simple, modern bathroom they look lovely, irreverent and elegant. I love everything about this bathroom.
Meg Padgett added this to Baking Soda: The Amazing All-Natural Cleanser You Already Own
Bathroom:• Clean floors with a bucket of warm water and ½ cup of baking soda.• Use the basic mixture to clean your bathroom surfaces or sprinkle dry baking soda on tough-to-clean stains.• Clean hairbrushes and combs once per month by soaking them in warm water and 1 tablespoon of baking soda.• Deodorize and clean the toilet with a sprinkling of baking soda on the inside of the bowl; scrub and flush. • For rust stains in the shower, sink or toilet bowl, pour in 1 cup of vinegar and ½ cup of baking soda. Scrub and rinse.
Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Qualities of Great Interior Design
Boldness. Despite all the white tile, this bathroom does anything but play it safe. The ceiling was visually lowered with black paint and a gold picture rail that wraps around the room. The bold shower curtain and freestanding bookcase are modern touches that contrast with the more traditional elements.Find a colorful shower curtain
Karen Wilson added this to Black, White and Gold Add Up to Bathroom Design Heaven
Be adventurous. We’re used to thinking black painted ceilings belong in teenagers’ bedrooms, but this bathroom proves that the look can be pulled off with panache as long as the walls and floors are white. It’s a look best suited to rooms with high ceilings — try a stenciled gold border instead of the gold rail.11 Reasons to Paint Your Ceiling Black

What Houzzers are commenting on:

efwaldrop62 added this to master bath
ceiling mount curtain rod...need more space between toilet and shower
HU-116488832 added this to webuser_116488832's ideas
Look at that thing in the shower?! And Gold metalware...

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